What is highlighting? Highlighting in Open-Xchange Editor is similar to text highlighting. It does not replace the original text, and it does not highlight only text that matches the criteria (such as word or punctuation), only information included in the document content. Highlighting is useful when adding information such as the text of a table to a document, or when creating “paragraph break points” in a document. See the screenshot below for further information on highlighting. Views and tools to enable Highlighting in Open-Xchange Editor Highlighting in Open-Xchange Editor features a toolbar and a toolbar item named “Highlighted.” These can be used together if the desired effect is desired. They can also be used separately, but are more useful when used together. Overview bar for the Highlighted tool (click image for a larger view). The toolbar shows six options and a toolbar button. The six options are: Show the Highlighted icon: By default this tool is displayed. Show text: This feature can be set to have the highlight color be text. The default is “auto.” Show text as a marker: This feature, when set to on, highlights text as a marker for the text in a document. (A marker is one of those objects used to represent text in a document.) Show text as a marker and as a highlight color: The highlight color, selected from the color palette, must be one of those options selected for Highlighted. Show text as a marker and with a color: This option, selected from the color palette, is available for markers and highlights. Click View and then click the button to set a color for Highlighted. The selected color is shown in the tool tip. This is important when the color must match the background of the document. By default, both markers and highlights display in white. The Highlighted tool in a PDF document. Note that the right border of the toolbar is turned on. Highlight Text Tool feature in a PDF document. The Highlighted toolbar can display a menu item. It is available via the toolbar button. How do I set the color of the highlights in this toolbar? Click the Tool drop-down menu and then select Highlighter Color from the list of options. For example, the color can be set to highlight text as a light blue, or as a red.