This article explains how to use the built-in rich text editor in ABMS, covering essential features like inserting links, documents, and creating a table of contents.
1.0 How to use the Rich text editor
This text field offers formatting capabilities similar to popular text editors like MS Word and Google Docs, enabling you to adhere to your company’s document standards. Let’s begin by introducing the toolbar, your hub for text creation and editing tools. Most toolbar functions will be familiar to users of other text editors. However, the list below highlights some unique features that set the Rich Text Editor apart from others.
1.1 Function desciptions
2.0 Table of contents
2.1 At the current time, the table of contents only works with the h1 heading. To be able to view the table, the document must be in read mode.
4.0 Links and attachments
4.1 Insert/edit link or attachment
The «Insert / edit link» icon will let you attach a file or image from your computer. The file will be stored under the «Attachment» tab, and a text link will be inserted in the editor. You can also link to an URL.
Click the Insert/edit link button in the rich text editor, and an Insert link window will open.
4.1.1 To insert a file/image from your computer, click on the folder with the eyeglass icon. If you want to insert a URL, simply paste the URL in the URL field.
Target lets you decide if the link or attachment should open in a new window.
4.2 Insert internal document
The «Insert internal document» icon will let you insert a text link to a AMBS document.
Click the «Insert internal document» button in the rich text editor and an «Insert internal document» window will open.
You can insert links to an internal document by choosing the module and clicking the document. The link is inserted into the editor when you click the document. Click the «Close» button when done.