If you take a look at this screenshot and compare it to your default WordPress editor, you’ll see what i mean.
You can actually use the features in the advanced editor and then disable the plugin if you like. I mainly use TinyMce to create tables and then disable the plugin after i have finished.
Other features you can add to your default editor using the TinyMce advanced plugin offer are:
Advanced HR, Advanced Image, Advanced Link, Advanced List, Context Menu, Emotions (Smilies), Date and Time, IESpell, Layer, Nonbreaking, Print, Search and Replace, Style, Table, Visual Characters and XHTML Extras.
Once you have decided on which buttons you want to add to your editor, got o the plugin settings and drag and drop them to add to your existing WordPress editor.
The TinyMce Buttons Arrangement allows you to easily choose which features you need and customize your existing WordPress editor by adding additional features the plugin offers.
This is not the only TinyMce plugin available as you’ll also find many more when you search the WordPress plugins directory.
I’ll be writing more about how to use the best features from TinyMce in WordPress in the near future.