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Is there any way to format all paragraphs in the text box? Right now, I am only able to format one paragraph at a time.

Also, I cannot remove bold formatting. Once it is in bold, it looks like it can't be removed.

Did you type the text into the text box or cut and paste it in from something like M$ Word?
Cut and paste often leaves some extra formatting codes that are a real pain.
Try this.. double click on the text block to open the text editor.
On the second line of icons far right is a pencil on red text icon. This opens the html code view.
Click this and you should see two tags infront and just after the bold text , courselab uses b it'll be inside < > with an / in the second to switch it off.
If you see anything else then it's not supposed to be there.

The first thing you should see is:
SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 12px; COLOR: #000000; FONT-FAMILY: Verdana
This says what the base font is set as.
Your bold text should be betweeen b and /b.
If you see anything like strong or a bit of text like
class=MsoNormal style="MARGIN: 0cm 0cm 0pt
then it's whats causing the problem.
Paste into notepad first then cut into courselab as all the formatting code is removed.
Open Office gives clean text for import too without intermediate steps.

The new proposed text editor will hopefully strip out any extra and uneeded formatting tags.
Thanks Nick! I will try it.
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