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<FONT COLOR="black">
<FONT FACE="arial, comic sans">
<FONT SIZE="3">

<B>Welcome</B>
to my website!</FONT>
</FONT>
</FONT>
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<FONT COLOR="black">
<FONT FACE="arial, comic sans">
<FONT SIZE="3">

<EM>Welcome</EM>
to my website!</FONT>
</FONT>
</FONT>
<FONT COLOR="black">
<FONT FACE="arial, comic sans">
<FONT SIZE="3">

<TT>Welcome to my website!</TT>
</FONT>
</FONT>
</FONT>
<FONT COLOR="black">
<FONT FACE="arial, comic sans">
<FONT SIZE="3">

H
<SUP>2</SUP>O
is GREAT!
</FONT>
</FONT>
</FONT>
<FONT COLOR="black">
<FONT FACE="arial, comic sans">
<FONT SIZE="3">

H
<SUB>2</SUB>O
is GREAT for fish!
</FONT>
</FONT>
</FONT>
Example of "BOLD Text" Tag

<B> </B>
Welcome to my website!



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In the example given,
the word "Welcome" is in Bold Text.


<B> = Start Bold Text.

</B> = Stop Bold Text.
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In the example given,
the word "Welcome" is in Italic Text.


<EM> = Start Italic Text.

</EM> = Stop Italic Text.
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Example of the "Italic Text" Tag

<EM> </EM>
Welcome to my website!
This page covers the following Tags:      Bold, Italic, Typewriter Text, SuperScript, and Subscript



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In the example given,
the word, "Welcome" is in Typewriter Text.


<TT> = Start Typewriter Text.

</TT> = Stop Typewriter Text.
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Example of the"Typewriter Text" Tag

<TT> </TT>
Welcome to my website!



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In the example given,
the number, "2" is in SuperScript Text.


<SUP> = Start SuperScript Text.
SuperScript will make ktext position highter than its surrounding Text.

</SUP> = Stop SuperScript Text.
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Example of "SuperScript Text" Tag

<SUP> </SUP>
H 2O is GREAT!



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In the example given,
the number, "2" is in SubScript Text.


<SUB> = Start SuperScript Text.
SubScript will make text position lower than its surrounding Text.

</SUB> = Stop SuperScript Text.
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Example of "SubScript Text" Tag

<SUB> </SUB>
H2O is GREAT for fish!
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