How to Backup Written Text into Notes Quickly?
Tuesday, December 18, 2007 6:34:42 PM
A. Setup Shortcut
1. First, go to Preferences (Ctrl+F12) > Advanced > Shortcuts > Keyboard Setup.
(& create a new keyboard setup, if you didn't do that already)
2. Next, double-click on a keyboard setup you want to use & go to Advanced > Edit Widget section.
3. Then, click on "New" button to create a new shortcut & input F2 as the shortcut.
4. Finally, input one of the following syntax into the Actions field:
Show highlighted "SAVED" for confirmation after Backup:
Select all & Copy to note & Go to end & Insert, " SAVED" & Range previous word & Range previous characterShow a blink of "SAVED" for confirmation after Backup:
Select all & Copy to note & Go to end & Insert, " SAVED" & Range previous word & Delay, 500 & Delete & Backspace
B. How it works?
You can backup your written text into a Note with just a simple press of F2. Don't worry, you will still able to press F2 to access Go to page function as usual, because F2 will ONLY backup all text inside a text-box into a Note if the cursor is focus on a text-box!