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{info} This is a quick tour of formatting. For a complete overview, consult the [Confluence User Guide|http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Confluence+User+Guide]. {info} Confluence pages are written in a simple markup language based on [Textile|http://textism.com/tools/textile/]. When editing, you'll see a column of Help Tips on the right side of the page. If you don't find the formatting information you need right there, click the [full notation guide|///renderer/notationhelp.action] link at the bottom right. Below is some typical markup: h3. Confluence Markup Titles can be easily built using {code}
Wiki Markup
Info

This is a quick tour of formatting. For a complete overview, consult the Confluence User Guide.

Confluence pages are written in a simple markup language based on Textile.

When editing, you'll see a column of Help Tips on the right side of the page. If you don't find the formatting information you need right there, click the full notation guide link at the bottom right.

Below is some typical markup:

Confluence Markup

Titles can be easily built using

Code Block
h3. Confluence Markup
{code}

h4. Text
Text can be _emphasized_, *bolded*, ??cited??, -deleted-, +inserted+, used as ^superscript^ or as ~subscript~, {{monospaced}}, used as %a span%, given in bq.blockquotes bq.,.

{code}

Text

Text can be emphasized, bolded, cited, deleted, inserted, used as superscript or as subscript, monospaced, used as %a span%, given in bq.blockquotes bq.,.

Code Block
Text can be _emphasized_, *bolded*, ??cited??, -deleted-, +inserted+, 
used as ^superscript^ or as ~subscript~, 
used as %a span%, given in bq.blockquotes bq., and {{monospaced}}.
{code}

Colors

...

can

...

be

...

employed

...

by

...

simply

...

using

...

the

...

name

...

of

...

the

...

color

...

with

...

the

...

color

...

macro

...

:

...

blue

...

,

...

orange

...

,
green, red, purple, etc..

or, you can specify a RGB value in hexadecimal .

Code Block

h4. Color
Colors can be employed by simply using the name of the color with the color macro: 

{color:blue}blue{color}, {color:orange}orange{color}, {color:green}green{color},
 {color:red}red{color}, {color:purple}purple{color}, etc..

or, you can specify a RGB value in {color:33CCCC}hexadecimal{color} .
{code}

h4. Lists
Lists can be built quite quickly and may either be unordered or ordered by number:

* Kinds of Markup
** Text Effects
** Headings
** Text Breaks
** Links
** Other

* Kinds of Markup
## Text Effects
## Headings
## Text Breaks
## Links
## Other

{code}

Lists

Lists can be built quite quickly and may either be unordered or ordered by number:

  • Kinds of Markup
    • Text Effects
    • Headings
    • Text Breaks
    • Links
    • Other
  • Kinds of Markup
    1. Text Effects
    2. Headings
    3. Text Breaks
    4. Links
    5. Other
Code Block

* Kinds of Markup
** Text Effects
** Headings
** Text Breaks
** Links
** Other

* Kinds of Markup
## Text Effects
## Headings
## Text Breaks
## Links
## Other
{code}

h4. Tables
Tables can be quickly built, as in the below:

||  Name  || Office ||
|  Alice  |   01    |
|   Bob   |   23    |
|  Cathy  |   45    |

{code}

Tables

Tables can be quickly built, as in the below:

Name

Office

Alice

01

Bob

23

Cathy

45

Code Block

||  Name  || Office ||
|  Alice  |   01    |
|   Bob   |   23    |
|  Cathy  |   45    |

{code}