Use the Text Editor dialog box in Title Edit Mode to quickly convert and format rich text content into a title object. This will allow you to take advantage of the unique transformation properties of title objects. (For more information, see Transform Object.)
To open the Text Editor dialog box in Title Edit Mode, select Title from the Format>Text Object Style drop-down menu in the Text Editor menu.
Converting text objects to title objects will strip the text of all inline formatting, including bulleted and numbered lists, special characters, and hyperlinks.
Once you have reformatted a text object as a title object and saved it to the Work Window, if you revert the title object back to a text object, you will lose all formatting. Before saving and closing, however, you may switch between Text Edit and Title Edit modes using the Format>Text Object Style drop-down menu in the Text Editor menu. (You will still lose all formatting.)
The Text Editor in Title Edit Mode features a menu bar and toolbar that offer many of the same options as in Text Edit Mode. For full descriptions of the options available in the menus and the toolbar, see Text Editor Dialog Box (Text Edit Mode).
You can also use the Title Editor Dialog Box to create title objects.