1. Go to View –> Toad Options
  2. Go to Editor –> Font and Styling in the left menu
  3. Make any changes to colors, fonts, and font sizes for various types of content

In early releases:

  1. Go to the Editor→Behaviour options.
  2. Look for the languages section, select PL/SQL and hit Edit.
  3. This opens another window. Go to the Highlighting tab.
  4. Ensure Default is selected in the Styles and choose Custom Font for Style Type.
  5. Hit the Custom Font button and change the font size.
  6. OK out of the options windows.

How to get the most out of Toad for Oracle

Most developers and DBAs use Toad for Oracle to reduce time and effort to develop and manage Oracle databases. But did you know that with Toad for Oracle you can automate administration tasks and proactively manage your databases while embracing performance optimization and risk mitigation? Did you know Toad can now find and control sensitive data across all your Oracle databases? What else can Toad do that you didn’t know about? Which edition will benefit you the most?

Whether you are currently a Toad customer or just getting started with our free 30-day trial, learn more and access Toad for Oracle 13.1.1 – Getting Started Guide.


Notable Replies

  1. says:

    I use Toad I need to do a simple thing which was so easy to do in prev versions. I want to see all Oracle reserved words and objects to be in upper case, in SQL and PL/SQL. I cannot set it using . Please, advise.
    Thanks, Michael

  2. says:

    ...using "Fonts and Styling"