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The following commands can be used to add or remove faces (see Faces). Each applies to the text in the region if the mark is active, and to the next self-inserting character if the mark is inactive. With a prefix argument, each command applies to the next self-inserting character even if the region is active.
These commands are also available via the Text Properties menu.
A self-inserting character normally inherits the face properties (and most other text properties) from the preceding character in the buffer. If you use one of the above commands to specify the face for the next self-inserting character, that character will not inherit the faces properties from the preceding character, but it will still inherit other text properties.
Enriched mode defines two additional faces:
fixed. These correspond to codes used in the text/enriched
file format. The
excerpt face is intended for quotations; by
default, it appears the same as
specifies fixed-width text; by default, it appears the same as