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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Format Sticky Notes Text By Keyboard Commands

Sticky Notes in Windows 7 is very useful.ALso you can format the text to make Sticky Notes more pretty.

After Sticky Notes is running,you can use following keyboard commands to format text you wish:
Bold: CTRL+B
Bullet list: CTRL+SHIFT+L (once)
Decrease size of text: CTRL+SHIFT+<
Strikethrough: CTRL+T
Increase size of text: CTRL+SHIFT+>
Italics: CTRL+I
Numbered list: CTRL+SHIFT+L (twice)
Underline: CTRL+U
Roman numeral list (i,ii, etc.): CTRL+SHIFT+L (five times)
Lettered list(a,b, etc.): CTRL+SHIFT+L (three times)

4 comments:

  1. You can change font size with CTRL + '+' key. But, it only switches two font sizes. One is a little bit small and one is a little bit large. Not good for small note. :(

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  2. Actually you hold ctrl & use your mouse wheel, I went through a number of sizes. You have to do it on every note though would have been nice to be able to set the default.

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  3. Thanks. it's very helpful to me.

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  4. the processor on my Windows7 desktop fried and I have ordered a laptop with Windows7 on it. I hope to salvage the desktop hard drive to use as a usb external drive and rescue my data the files from it. Does anyone know in what directory the files for Sticky Notes are stored because I had a whole lot of stuff on sticky notes I'd like to find and save.

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