I'd like to create a new style where elements are arranged in a grid. I'm taking notes and I have some definitions. I'd like to have every definition formatted like this:
Def. 1 | This is the first definition bla bla bla (text must be word wrapped) Def. 2 | This is the first definition bla bla bla (text must be word wrapped)
Let's say every definition is a grid composed of only one row a of two columns.
I have tried with CTRL++, the "Add Column" shortcut, but I'm not sure this is the way to go, because text seems to be interpreted as mathematical input instead of plain text (even if I choose "text" from the dropdown style selector: some characters seems to be interpreted as math symbols and are therefore italics) and word wrap doesn't seem to work.
I find it very difficult to find a basic to intermediate tutorial / book on typesetting with Mathematica, but I think this is a question on its own and, for what I have seen, others have already asked questions on the same subject.