Android Special Characters Shortcuts

Sometimes we need to type a special character or symbol that is not accessible by default through the Android Phone and Tablet keyboard.

Maybe an é or a symbol? It could not be simpler to find. Just press and hold the letter that needs the accent mark, tilde or other special character. Your options will appear and you can choose what you need by just tapping it.

iMAGE-1

It is also useful when you need to use a symbol associated with a particular letter, such as the Paragraph symbol and P or the $ sign and S.

iMAGE-2

iMAGE-3

More Coming Up Next!

Private Browsing in Internet Explorer 8

Whenever you are at a office or in a public location and want to run a private version of Internet Explorer.

You can quickly jump to the InPrivate Browsing mode so. There are several methods.

You can click and drag the IE icon up or right-click it to get a contextual menu in which you choose Start InPrivate Browsing.

Or browsing in IE itself, choose Safety > InPrivate Browsing or press Ctrl-Shift-P to open a new, private IE window.

And you can also set a desktop shortcut for IE that automatically launches in InPrivate Browsing mode; just append -private after the application path, with a space before the hyphen. No matter how you launch that private session, IE won’t retain any of the information you view or type during that session.

Happy Browsing in IE 8!!!

Windows Vista, 7 and 8 Additional Clocks

You can have more than one clock on your notification area. For those of us who work with people in other time zones, you can display clocks for each of those regions.

Click the clock in the notification area and choose Change Date and Time Settings.

Change Date and Time Setting

Select the Additional Clocks tab to display as many as two other clocks.

Additional Clocks Tab

set your desired time zones and name the clocks and click on Ok.

Additional Clock Setting

Now you are ready to see your desired three clock, Local Time, selected 1, selected 2.

Clock Popup

ADDITIONAL-CLOCK-5

This feature actually came with Vista, but few people know about it.

Published in: on October 16, 2014 at 11:23 pm  Leave a Comment  
Tags: , , ,

Selective Printing In Microsoft Word

Published in: on October 10, 2014 at 11:10 pm  Leave a Comment  
%d bloggers like this: