After creating an item, with whatever method you might have used, you can modify the text by using the toolbar on the right side of your Correlate Interface.
You have 5 different options for what you can do with the text on your items: bold, italic, underline, capital letters, and changing the font color.
By standard, all items are created in the light version of DLT Nobel (the font we’re using). By clicking on the icon shown below, you can change the weight from Light to Bold. This is great for highlighting items that need to stand out from the rest.
Italic, as you may know, slightly tilts your text over to the right. By clicking on the icon shown below, you can change the text of your item into italic style. This is great for highlighting key points or when you write down quotes from others.
As a third option for highlighting items, you can add an underline to items. Click on the icon shown below to do so.
If you want to make all letters in an items name as capital letters, you can simply highlight the item and then click on the icon shown below.
Changing font color can be very useful for highlighting different items. This could be used in a similar way as color categories for Maps, except for the fact that the colors don’t have any names assigned to them. Click on the icon shown below to view the wide range of colors that is available in Correlate.