There are typographical conventions when writting mathematics, for instance: variables are usually written in italics, while standard functions are written in upright letters. WIRIS editor has the mode
In autoitalics mode:
The sysadmin of your platform can configure these styles by changing the
When you write consecutive letters, if you write a reserved word, it will be converted to upright letters at the precise moment you type the last letter. This change will not happen if you do not type the letters consecutively.
The reserved words are configurable by the sysadmin of your platform by setting the
You can disable autoitalics temporarily by pressing the
Remember it is not recommended to write plain text inside a formula, but if you have to, then better use the
Revert an automatic change
If you want to convert a reserved word into an ordinary group of letters, then delete-and-retype one of the letters in the middle.
Force a format
You can apply or remove italics using the