FontSlant

FontSlant
is an option for Style, Cell, and related constructs that specifies how slanted characters in text should be.

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  • Standard settings are Plain and Italic.
  • On most computer systems, settings such as FontSlant->"Oblique" can also be used.
  • With the setting, each character typically has the same basic form as with Plain, but is slanted. With the Italic setting, the basic form is different.

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Specify the font slant without using an option:

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Font slant can be specified in style-related options:

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