The first way is the method you should use the majority of the time. You can style an entire box of text by simply selecting it ONCE and then clicking on the style pane options to the right.

You know when you have the element selected when you can see the crawling ants surrounding the text box.
We double-clicked and selected all the text, setting it to1.5 rem. Now take a look at Source for that text box.
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You'll see that your content now contains a "readz-class". This is a styling property that we've attached to the word "Responsive Design."
We double click and select all the text and set it to 1.5 rem. Now we take a look at Source for that text box.
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You'll see that your content now contains a "readz-class". This is a styling property that we've attached to the word "Responsive Design".
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You'll see that your content now contains a "readz-class". This is astyling propertyy that we've attached to the word "Responsive Design".
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You can also style part of your text. To do this, double-click the text box, and then select the text you want to style.

You know when you have the element selected when you can see the crawling ants surrounding the text box.
 
Do note that with the second option (highlighting and styling actual text) you will add HTML and CSS to your content. Here is an example: Let's say you have a text box with the text, “Responsive Design.”
There are two ways to modify text in Readz. One way is to make font changes on the element, and the other is to select text as you would in a normal word processor. This is very handy for specific font changes.
Styling Text in Readz
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