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  • hcortes15 Jan 02, 2009

    How do I check if the "ur" capslock is on?



    You see, whenever I click on the "T" to insert text the pointer becomes as if I had selected the "move" feature.

  • hcortes15 Jan 02, 2009

    As stated before, when I want to create a text I click on the "T" icon, but instead of activating the point text features it activates the "move" feature. In other words, my pointer becomes a black little arrow with a small cross to the right of it... The "move" icon!

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Check weather ur capslock is on..if caps lock is on then ur tool's icon may disapper..

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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    kiran_g4e Jan 02, 2009

    goto edit menu>>preferences>>Display&cursors..
    set paint cursor to normal brush tip,other cusor as standard..
    u said your cursor becomes "move" too.by click ing on image what happends? is it working as move toll or text?



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Safety first when using a laser pointer


Although a laser pointer may not look it, they can be very dangerous. While they can be a very effective tool for drawing your audience's attention to things in your presentations, using them for other purposes can cause a lot of damage. Following a few simple safety tips will ensure that no one will get hurt while you're presenting.

- Never point your laser pointer at an other person, especially not the face. Just because a laser pointer may not be dangerous when pointed at the skin of another person it is still a good practice to never use it to point at people.

- Never look directly into the laser beam, even if you are sure that the strength of the laser is not high. Even a low powered beam can cause some damage to the eyes. Eye damage can be permanent so it shouldn't be treated lightly.

- Check for reflective surfaces before you present with a laser pointer. If the beam is reflected off an other surface such as a mirror or glass can be just as dangerous as pointing it directly into some one's eyes.

- There is something about a laser pointer that makes people act like children. I have been in many college lectures where a lecturer will use a laser pointer to make emphasis in class and students will ask to play with the pointer. Under no circumstance should you allow someone else to use your laser pointer, especially in a classroom full of people.

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1) By changing the size of text and other items on the desktop
You can change the size of text and other items (like icons) on your desktop without disturbing your current screen resolution settings. To do this, follow the steps mentioned ahead:a)Open Screen Resolution by swiping in from the right edge of the screen, tapping "Search" (or if you're using a mouse, pointing to the upper-right corner of the screen, moving the mouse pointer down, and then clicking "Search"), enter "Make text larger" in the search box, and then tapping or clicking "Make text and other items larger or smaller".
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c) Tap or click "Apply".
You'll see the change the next time you sign in to Windows.
Also, you can change the text size for specific items (such as Window title bars or tooltips) without affecting the size of anything else on your desktop. Follow these steps to do this:
a) Open Screen Resolution by swiping in from the right edge of the screen, tapping "Search" (or if you're using a mouse, pointing to the upper-right corner of the screen, moving the mouse pointer down, and then clicking "Search"), entering "Make text larger" in the search box, and then tapping or clicking "Make text and other items larger or smaller".
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Note: To view a pictorial description of the above process, refer to the link:
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b) Tap or click "PC and devices", then tap or click "Display".
c)Tap or click the resolution slider and drag it until you find your desired resolution.
d) Tap or click "Apply".
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