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so one thing I wanted to show everybody how to do is to shade a particular line to call attention to it so lets say I have this big large heading for my flyer and I want to put a color behind it now most people what theyll do is theyll try to highlight it and theyll go to the highlight button and theyll try to highlight it that way and what that does is it creates color just behind the actual text so it looks a little bit cramped and it doesnt go the full width of the page so if this were to be smaller font oops Im a bigger if this were a fault a smaller font and lets say a deeper highlight color its going to look a little bit cramped and weird so in order to properly shade it what we need to do is get rid of that highlighting so highlight and choose no color and then with our cursor inside of that heading well go up to the fill bucket which is called the shading bucket but everybody calls it the fill bucket and this gives us not just options in terms of filling the entire w