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So heres a interesting challenge I saw recently in a discussion forum. Somebody wanted to highlight text in a response to an email message. So you can select text, say when youre responding to somebody, and you can select it, make it bold, or you can change its color for instance. A lot of different things that you can do to point out the text that they have put there. But what would be nice is to actually have a highlight thats like a yellow marker highlight on it. This apparently is something that is commonly done in the windows world in mail but there doesnt seem to be any way to do it in Mac Mail. So I figured a way to do it. Its really convoluted but I though Id share it with you. Now Im going to start by going to Pages. Pages is going to have a lot more options for styling text than Mail would. So Im going to type some sample text here and Im going to take this word here, highlight, and Im going to assign to it a background color. The way I can do that is over here wit