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HI THERE! I DO NOT KNOW HOW CHANGED BLUE LETTERS TO ALPHABETICAL WRITING IN THE ORDINARY WAY.PLEASE HELP ME

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Go to start and find windows help and support and type the following information:

how to change the color of a font
enter

it will give you 30 different option and solution.

i hope this was helpful and the other place is in the window
control panel, personalization, theme, windows classic

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How do you teach 3 to 4 years old children spelling?


Generally speaking spelling is not taught to three and four year old's. Children have to start with the basics. The start of learning how to spell is learning the alphabet. Believe it or not there are three year old's and even some four year old's who do not know the alphabet.

To teach preschoolers the alphabet, you generally focus on one letter at a time and have the child complete a tracing sheet where they learn to write the letters by copying the outline of the letters. Other ways to teach the alphabet are reciting the alphabet song, ready a book about the alphabet, or making each day represent a letter of the alphabet and teaching subjects, reading books, eating snacks, and making crafts that start with that letter of the alphabet.

The first word a child should learn to spell is his/her own name. A child can learn to spell as they are learning to read, but it does not do much good to teach spelling to a child who cannot start to recognize words, and understand that words are formed when you put letters together.

The focus for three and four year old's should be on learning new words, not on learning how to spell. Three and four year old's generally do not know how to read or spell. These are things that are taught beginning with pre-kindergarten and into kindergarten. You need to teach a child as many words as possible before you teach them to spell.

Once a child knows the alphabet you have to teach them the sound that each letter makes. If a child doesn't recognize the sounds that letters make, they won't be able to spell. This is all part of the pattern in learning to read, spell, and write. When it comes time for spelling, you can have giant cards with each letter on them and put them on the floor. Say something like "Josh find me the letter that makes the "mmm" sound, and wait for Josh to bring the correct letter card to you. Then ask the next child to bring you the letter that makes the "a" sound. Then ask the final child to bring you the letter that makes the "p" sound. Then sound out the words with the child.

Focus more on learning new words, learning to trace and write letters, and learning to write a child's name than on spelling at this age. They are more likely to retain the skills of spelling and reading as they get older.

Words that preschoolers should know:
Basic opposites: Up/Down; Happy/Sad; Hot/Cold; On/Off; Yes/No
Primary colors: Yellow; Red; Blue + Black and White
Days of the week
Months of the year
People in their family: Mom; Dad; Brother; Sister; Grandma; Grandpa; Aunt; Uncle; Baby; Me
Common animals: Dog; Cat; Elephant; Lion; Tiger; Bear; Giraffe
Major holidays: Christmas; Birthday; Easter; Halloween
Single letter words: I and A
Joining words: And; By; and The

Jan 04, 2017 | Preschool

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Some of alphabet is coming in form of number. pl. help.


Try this.
It stumped myself and some true experts once. We were having problems with the keyboard in a darkened room.
There is a Function ( "F" or "FN") key on the lower left of the keyboard. It's labeling is often blue in color. In low light conditions, you cannot see the blue coloring. It is used to turn a section of the keyboard into a calculator. That section will have dark blue numbers written on the keys that change function. For example the K may have a dark blue number 2 written on it. In other words, When you type the Alphabet you come up with some numbers substituted for letters and not all of the keys may function. Give it try.
Best Regards,
Mark

Dec 30, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Hi, Myself Samendra Sisodiya I got a Massage from LM-hrinfo that my resume was selected by Hitachi Ltd and my letter attached in Yourfilelink.com/get.php?fid=567847 but i could not open this link and...


This is a file link to a website where you can download the letter from. So copy the link below:
www.Yourfilelink.com/get.php?fid=567847
Paste it into the address bar of your web browser, e.g. internet explorer, and press enter. This will take you to a page where you will see in small blue writing PROCEED TO DOWNLOAD PAGE just above the advertisement for AVS Video Converter. Click on PROCEED TO DOWNLOAD PAGE and this will take you to another page. Down near the bottom of the page you'll see in small blue writing CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD YOUR FILE just under the UPLOAD FILES box. This will download your file to your computer

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Fn key wont turn off


OK, I've found a soliution! :) I've been diging the internet and many people are having the same problem, so it is a common problem however the soliution is very simple (in my case). The thing is that laptops does not has a saparated Num Pad, and numbers can be found on keys under F1-F12 row or/and (active with Fn key) on alphabetic keys uiopjkl;m/ and so on. But if there is a NumLk key on your keyboard, you can lock the Num Pad on alphabetic keys. Then you have to hold Fn key pressed to write letters.  Find the NumLk key and try to turn off the Num Pad :)
On my laptop (Acer extensa 5120) NumLk key is on F11 and active when Fn is depressed.
Hope this wil help :)

Oct 01, 2008 | Acer Aspire 5100 Notebook

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Motokrzr K1


your phone's text entry mode is currently set to 'predictive text' which means the phone is trying to 'guess' the word that you want. Teenagers find this easy to use and fast, but I, like you, absolutely hate it.
This mode is easily changed. When you start to write a text message, before entering any text press the 'hash' key (bottom right) sequentially until the top left of your display title bar shows 'Abc2' this means your phone is now in ordinary text entry mode.
You can also change the case (capitals etc) by sequentially pressing the 0 button (bottom centre).
Hope this helps 

Aug 12, 2008 | Motorola Mobility MOTOKRZR K1 Cellular...

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Texting problems


when u go into write mess then press upper butten or from ur # key u can change mode of writing put it 2 multi tap then u will be able 2 write single letter from ur key pad. reply me

Jun 05, 2008 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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