Node formatting overview
The format of a node refers to its appearance in terms of font face, font size, font styles such as boldfacing, italics, underlining, etc., font color and highlight color.
The default values of all of these attributes can be set. See Default tree and node format.
You can make a node stand out by changing one or more of its attributes by various methods. See Changing the format of individual nodes.
This is useful for visually marking  one or more specially important nodes, or for giving all nodes at the same level of the tree the same style or color. For example, the upper levels of the manual have been identified by making them boldface, while the Root node uses a larger font size.
These styles may give you some ideas:
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