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How do I set "Paragraph 1" style in Markdown?


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This seems like it should be so easy, but I can't figure it out -- nor can I find anyone asking about this online!

  • I'm using Markdown (so I can do some strikethrough text).
  • I'd like to make the text in the Paragraph 1 style.
  • I can find out how to make the text in a HEADER style.
  • I can find out how to pick the specific font, color, size of the text.
  • What I can't figure out how to do is to just set it to be "Paragraph 1" style.

Any help?

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You can force the font and color in Markdown. You'd just need to know the font and size for your Paragraph 1 style and set the text you want styled within a span. Assuming you want to use Lato and 1em for part of the text, your markdown would look like this:

This is <span style="font-family:Lato; font-size:1em;">a test of the font and size</span>.


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