Texas Register Formatting Tags

Code Meaning
<p> To indicate a paragraph in rule preambles or miscellaneous documents

(insert before each paragraph)

<*> To indicate a section symbol

(insert the code in place of the section symbol (§))

<new> To indicate a new section

(insert before the section number of each proposed new section)

<etb> To indicate new language in a proposed amendment; or

To indicate bolding in a Miscellaneous document

(insert before the first new word)

<eti> To indicate italics:

Examples: titles of books, court cases, referencing the Texas Register

(insert before the first word)

<et> To return to regular type face

(insert after new language, bolded text or italicized text)

[ ] To indicate old or obsolete language in a proposed amendment

(insert old or obsolete language between the square brackets)

<sup> To indicate superscripted number(s) or letter(s)

(insert before the number(s) or letter(s))

</sup> To return to regular type

(insert after the superscripted number(s) or letter(s))

<sub> To indicate subscripted number(s) or letter(s)

(insert before the number(s) or letter(s))

</sub> To return to regular type

(insert after the subscripted number(s) or letter(s))

*n To indicate separation of multiple documents in a single file

(insert between each document)