Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Changing a Note’s Size
Taking your pick: Multiple selections
When you’re sorting your notes or assigning
them to categories, you can work a little faster
by selecting several notes at the same time. If
you want to select a group of notes that you can
see one right after another in a list, click the first
note, hold down the Shift key, and click the last
note. That action selects not only the notes you
clicked but all the notes in between.
If you’re selecting several items that aren’t
arranged next to one another, hold down the
Ctrl key while clicking each item. The notes that
you click are highlighted, and the others stay
plain. Then you can open, move, delete, or
categorize the entire group of selected notes in a
single stroke. To view several notes, right-click
any notes you’ve selected and choose Open.
Changing a Note’s Size
You may be an old hand at moving and resizing boxes in Windows. Notes
follow all the rules that other Windows boxes follow, so you’ll be okay. If
you’re new to Windows and dialog boxes, don’t worry — notes are as easy to
resize as they are to write and read.
To change the size of a note, follow these steps:
1. Click the Notes button in the Navigation pane (or press Ctrl+5).
Your list of notes appears.
2. Double-click the title of the note you want to open.
The note pops up.
3. Move your mouse pointer to the lower-right corner of the note until
the mouse pointer changes into a two-headed arrow pointed on a
diagonal.
Use this arrow to drag the edges of the note to resize it. Don’t be
alarmed. Resizing boxes is much easier to do than to read about. After
you resize one box, you’ll have no trouble resizing another.
4. Drag with your mouse until the note box is the size you want it to be.
As you drag the mouse pointer around, the size of your note box
changes (see Figure 10-5). If the size isn’t what you want, you can change
the size again by dragging with the mouse.
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