I am creating a text file that will ultimately be fed into Adobe to create a file for publication. I would like to have some control over the font as the file is being created. I know about RTF, but an trying to keep this a little less complicated.
I'd like something like
<Get Big and Bold>Header Stuff<End Big and Bold>
Back to normal
repeat as necessary.
I've played with notepad and changing fonts, and suppose that I can reverse engineer the methods to accomplish this, but that seems like more trial and error than I am willing to undertake.
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