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Re: Accentuating the Positive ....

Postby kelly_m » Aug 12, 2008 5:30 pm

I guess I'm pretty boring...I keep with the same colour!! :lol:

As long as you are having fun, Laura!!!!!
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Re: Accentuating the Positive ....

Postby butterfly » Aug 12, 2008 6:06 pm

All the light colors for print is very difficult for me to see

The green kelly is using is very nice . I like the darker green.. it is not glaring and jumping out at me

The other colors give a glare look and make it harder to read

But eveyone's eyes ar different

Black is best Bold black but I can' figure out how to do bold

The instructions say put a b before the message and a b after but didn't work for me
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Re: Accentuating the Positive ....

Postby B_BQ » Aug 12, 2008 7:25 pm

BF, you have to highlight, using your left click button, and hold and draw it over the words/sentences you want to highlight. Release the left click and then you click on the bold button.
Or, try to follow Kelly's instructions which she gave to Laura.
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Re: Accentuating the Positive ....

Postby Sharon Bryson » Aug 12, 2008 9:16 pm

BF: at the onset of your message if you put your cursor on the top line( or where you plan to start), then just click the bold, then the font size, then the font colour(I use 8040-green) The code for this will be properly set up on either side of the cursor, and all you do is type merrily along. You can space down as much as you want to insert pics or just to create paragraphs.
You can also highlight a part, but this is a very simple way to get started, and have the whole message in one format.
If I am doing a quote, I usually do it first at the top.
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