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Also to 'bold', pinch yourself some brackets and put the lower case b inside.

I go to Need Help? at the upper right corner of your screen. There is a handy set of brackets there. Just remember to replace whatever is inside. then I erase all and insert b to bold.
Like this:

You can go to: Writing.Com Tools to the left of your screen. Then WritingML: Docs & Help It will show you most of what you want to know. *Surf WDC to find all kinds of info and help. It is an awesome site! Feel free to contact me if you'd like a guide (:
Greetings and welcome to WDC! I am entangled in an enchanting challenge here at WDC, the Wonderland Challenge. We writers reply to various prompts inspired by the Alice in Wonderland books. It has been both fun and dizzying. I am "one step closer to White/Red Queen/King." Perhaps you'd consider joining a future challenge?
Hi there, RomanticPoet27, welcome to WDC. I’m visiting a few of the newer members as part of the Wonderland competition and am offering a few tips on using the site.
If you like challenges or competitions you’ll find quite a variety of them here. If you click on ‘Community’ to the left of your screen you’ll find a link to some of them there.
If you enjoy reading a variety of works and are willing to write reviews, click on ‘Read and Review’, also on the left of your screen. If something doesn’t appeal, click it again to go on to something else. It is a great way of getting to know other members, and you can earn yourself some handy GP’s too.
One thing that I wish someone had told me is how to make something appear in bold type. At the beginning of the sentence or title type and when you finish type ; be sure not to leave a space though.
Anyway, it’s been nice to make your acquaintance.

Happy writing!
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