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How to Create Markdown Text in Jupyter Notebook?


In this short post, we will learn how to use Markdown cell in Jupyter Notebook.


  

In Cell, assume this is your first program.
Type print "Hello World"
Press Shift+Enter


Now it has created another Cell as well as executed our program.

Now we have a new cell here, so we will learn how to create a Markdown. Markdown is used to create formatted text in web browser.

So, to get a Markdown here, go to Cell > Cell Type > Markdown. Or you can get it by simply pressing Esc M while focusing in the cell.


As soon as you type Esc M, the bracket on the left hand side disappears. Now you can type whatever you want to. See the image for better clarity.


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