1.2. Text Types

1.2.1. Bold

This is how we write in reStructuredText

One word is **bold.**

**This sentence is bold**

**This paragraph
is bold. Very Bold**

The reStructuredText text shown above is represented as shown below...

One word is bold.

This sentence is bold

This paragraph is bold. Very Bold

1.2.2. Italic

This is how we write in reStructuredText

One word is *italic.*

*This sentence is italic/emaphsized*

*This paragraph
is emaphsized. Very much emaphsized*

The reStructuredText text shown above is represented as shown below...

One word is italic.

This sentence is italic/emaphsized

This paragraph is emaphsized. Very much emaphsized

1.2.3. Fixed Font / Typewriter font

This is how we write in reStructuredText

type is ``FIXED`` or :samp:`FIXED`

However, use correct markup for text readability.

To start :program:`Word` you can either Go to :menuselection:`Start --> Programs` or
run :command:`winword`.

When you are done :menuselection:`File --> Save &As`
then press :kbd:`ALT + TAB` go go to :program:`Widnows Explorer` and see if the file is really saved or not.

The reStructuredText text shown above is represented as shown below...

type is FIXED or FIXED

However, use correct markup for text readability.

To start Word you can either Go to Start → Programs or run winword.

When you are done File → Save As then press ALT + TAB go go to Widnows Explorer and see if the file is really saved or not.

1.2.4. Mixed Font

This is how we write in reStructuredText

Mix an match should be word by word. ``FIXED`` or **bold** or *emphasized*

:samp:`This **won't** work.`

``this`` **would** ``work``

The reStructuredText text shown above is represented as shown below...

Mix an match should be word by word. FIXED or bold or emphasized

This **won't** work.

this would work