Category : Word Perfect
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Filename : WP505246.NN

 
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ÃÃSUBJECT:ÄÄ øøÂAdding Attributes To Textƀ%øÆ

Pressing Ctrl-Home, Ctrl-Home will return the cursor to its previous
position after using any of the following features:
Escape
Go To
Home and Arrow Keys
Pg Up and Down
Replace
Screen Up and Down
Search

Because of this feature, if text is blocked for the purpose of adding a
feature (i.e., adding underline to text that is already typed, then feature
is added but still another feature is desired as well, the block can once
again be turned on, the user may press Ctrl-Home, Ctrl-Home, and once again
the same text that was blocked before will be again. At this time the
second feature may be added.

A practical application for this idea would be wanting to both bold and
underline a number of words. The steps would be:
1. øøÂTurn block on (Alt F4)ƀ%øÆ
2. øøÂBlock the text that is to be affectedƀ%øÆ
3. øøÂPress the Bold key (F6)ƀ%øÆ
4. øøÂTurn block on again (Alt F4)ƀ%øÆ
5. øøÂPress Ctrl-Home, Ctrl-Home (the same text will be blocked
again)
6. øøÂPress the Underline key (F8)ƀ%øÆ

Memo ID:ÁøøÁWP50_5246

  3 Responses to “Category : Word Perfect
Archive   : TIPS50.ZIP
Filename : WP505246.NN

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