# Rich Text Component

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• This component allows the functionality that you’d expect from any basic WYSIWYG editor, similar to that of any standard word processor. You can use this for general body copy, inline images, lists (bulleted/numbered), inline hyperlinks, preformatted headers (h1, h2, etc), bold, italics, etc.
• The practical use of this component would be if you would like a component in between sections within your main content.
• For example, if you have 3 sections of content and you want a component in between sections 2 and 3, you would cut section 3 and paste it into the rich text component. This essentially puts a component around your content

### What is Rich Text Component?

Below is a list of available fields that are a part of the Rich Text component:

• Component Title
• Body

### Available Item Fields

When you are on the page to start creating your new piece of content, there will be a tab next to Main Content called "Components". Click on that tab to be brought to the component section of your new content.

In the Components tab, you will have a section to "Add Component" with a dropdown. Click the dropdown to get the full list of components available to you for your new content.

### Rich Text Component Fields

1. Component Title
2. Body
1
$1$
2
$2$

### Rearranging and Ordering Components

If you have components, you can change the order as to which they will appear. To do so, right above each component, you will have the ability to drag and drop each one to determine the order.

### Removing Rich Text Component

Also, if you would like to remove one of the components you created, all you have to do is click the remove button associated with the component you would like to remove. There will be a confirm removal that appears so if you didn't mean to remove an item, you can cancel it or you can confirm the removal.

### How to rearrange order of components

To rearrange the order of your components, drag the component by the icon to the left of the component as show above and move it to the correct order you desire.

## Rich Text Component  Walkthrough

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