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How to formatting by format field property.

In Table design view i want 2 format(like bold,italic,underline,font colour etc.) texts by setting format properties. And also formulas that can be applicable to the queries (average,sum,if etc.like MS EXCEL)

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Right-click the field in the form, and select Properties. Under the ALL tab, look for the Font colour, font style, etc). For queries, select the blank area in design view, and click the "Build" icon on the Query Design toolbar. Use the expressions as you would in Excel.

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Scroll down the alphabetical list until you find "Default Text Styling," and then click on "Enable." Scroll to the top and click on "Save Changes" under the Mail Labs introduction.

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On the Settings page that appears, you will see a Default Text Styling option under the "General" tab.

The box will look just like the formatting box in an email.
Set the text style of your choosing.

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How to change fonts in Windows Notepad


Windows Notepad is a fairly basic text editor. It doesn't offer a lot in the way of extra features, but one thing it does have is the ability to use different fonts.<br /><br />By default, Notepad uses the Lucida Console font. However, you can change both the font and the text size, as well as use bold and italic styles. The only drawback is that the whole document must use the same settings, so if you change the font, it will apply to all of the text; you can't have only one word appear in bold, for example.<br /><br />To change the font in Notepad, open an existing text file or create a new one by clicking on the Notepad link on the Start menu (Start &gt; All Programs &gt; Accessories &gt; Notepad). On the menu bar, click Format, and from the drop down menu, select Font.<br /><br />On the left side of the Font window is a list of all of the fonts you can choose from. To see what a font will look like, click on it. The text in the sample box will change to reflect that font, giving you an idea of what the capital and lowercase letters will look like.<br /><br />You can also change the text style by selecting Italic, Bold, or Bold Italic. (Unfortunately, you can't underline in Notepad.) The text size can be changed by selecting a number from the list under the Size heading, or you can type in a value in the field above the list. To change the script (in order to use the lettering or symbols of another language) select one of the scripts from the Script list at the bottom of the window.<br /><br />Once you've made your selections, click OK to apply them. If you just want to exit out of the Font window without making changes, click Cancel.

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WORD 2003 Shortcuts


All Caps Ctrl+Shift+A
Annotation Alt+Ctrl+M
App Maximize Alt+F10
App Restore Alt+F5
Apply Heading1 Alt+Ctrl+1
Apply Heading2 Alt+Ctrl+2
Apply Heading3 Alt+Ctrl+3
Apply List Bullet Ctrl+Shift+L
Auto Format Alt+Ctrl+K
Auto Text F3
Auto Text Alt+Ctrl+V
Bold Ctrl+B
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Bookmark Ctrl+Shift+F5
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Browse Prev Ctrl+Page Up
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Cancel Esc
Center Para Ctrl+E
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Char Left Left
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Clear Del
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Close Pane Alt+Shift+C
Column Break Ctrl+Shift+Return
Column Select Ctrl+Shift+F8
Copy Ctrl+C
Copy Ctrl+Insert
Copy Format Ctrl+Shift+C
Copy Text Shift+F2
Create Auto Text Alt+F3
Customize Add Menu Shortcut Alt+Ctrl+=
Customize Keyboard Shortcut Alt+Ctrl+Num +
Customize Remove Menu Shortcut Alt+Ctrl+-
Cut Ctrl+X
Cut Shift+Del
Date Field Alt+Shift+D
Delete Back Word Ctrl+Backspace
Delete Word Ctrl+Del
Distribute Para Ctrl+Shift+J
Do Field Click Alt+Shift+F9
Doc Close Ctrl+W
Doc Close Ctrl+F4
Doc Maximize Ctrl+F10
Doc Move Ctrl+F7
Doc Restore Ctrl+F5
Doc Size Ctrl+F8
Doc Split Alt+Ctrl+S
Double Underline Ctrl+Shift+D
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End of Doc Extend Ctrl+Shift+End
End of Document Ctrl+End
End of Line End
End of Line Extend Shift+End
End of Row Alt+End
End of Row Alt+Shift+End
End of Window Alt+Ctrl+Page Down
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Endnote Now Alt+Ctrl+D
Extend Selection F8
Field Chars Ctrl+F9
Field Codes Alt+F9
Find Ctrl+F
Font Ctrl+D
Font Ctrl+Shift+F
Font Size Select Ctrl+Shift+P
Footnote Now Alt+Ctrl+F
Formatting Properties Shift+F1
Go Back Shift+F5
Go Back Alt+Ctrl+Z
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Go To F5
Grow Font Ctrl+Shift+.
Grow Font One Point Ctrl+]
Hanging Indent Ctrl+T
Header Footer Link Alt+Shift+R
Help F1
HHC Alt+Ctrl+F7
Hidden Ctrl+Shift+H
Hyperlink Ctrl+K
Indent Ctrl+M
Italic Ctrl+I
Italic Ctrl+Shift+I
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Mark Index Entry Alt+Shift+X
Mark Table of Contents Entry Alt+Shift+O
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Merge Field Alt+Shift+F
Microsoft Script Editor Alt+Shift+F11
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New Default Ctrl+N
Next Field F11
Next Field Alt+F1
Next Misspelling Alt+F7
Next Object Alt+Down
Next Window Ctrl+F6
Next Window Alt+F6
Normal Alt+Ctrl+N
Normal Style Ctrl+Shift+N
Normal Style Alt+Shift+Clear (Num 5)
Open Ctrl+O
Open Ctrl+F12
Open Alt+Ctrl+F2
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Other Pane F6
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Spike Ctrl+F3
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Subscript Ctrl+=
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Symbol Font Ctrl+Shift+Q
Task Pane Ctrl+F1
Thesaurus RR Shift+F7
Time Field Alt+Shift+T
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Unlock Fields Ctrl+4
Unlock Fields Ctrl+Shift+F11
Update Auto Format Alt+Ctrl+U
Update Fields F9
Update Fields Alt+Shift+U
Update Source Ctrl+Shift+F7
VBCode Alt+F11
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Word Count List Ctrl+Shift+G
Word Count Recount Ctrl+Shift+R
Word Left Ctrl+Left
Word Left Extend Ctrl+Shift+Left
Word Right Ctrl+Right
Word Right Extend Ctrl+Shift+Right
Word Underline Ctrl+Shift+W

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which program ?
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View the slide that has the text you want to underline. Highlight the text you want to underline. Press "Ctrl" and "U" simultaneously to underline the highlighted text.
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Bold underlined itallics fontsizes and colours

Type <b> before the writing that you want bold.

End the bold text, type </b> after the part that you want in bold to go back to normal.


Type <i> or <u>, to write in italics, or underline.

Type <center> to center a selected area. When finished, you will need to type</center>


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Bold underlined itallics fontsizes and colours

Type <b> before the writing that you want bold.

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Type <center> to center a selected area. When finished, you will need to type</center>


Type <font color="colorcode"> and end it with </font>,to write with different colored fonts.


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You must also make sure that there are no other print options enabled, such as: italic, bold, vertical, underline, mirrored-print, outline, etc; these will all prevent you from changing the font. Also ensure that the take will accomodate the font.

My response will depond on the exact model you have...
To set the font size
1) Press the FORMAT key.
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1)Press FORMAT
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RESOLUTION
loadTOCNode(1, 'resolution'); To change the format of the text when you compose a message, use one of the following methods:
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