Typing text with Sticky Notes, Notepad, and WordPad Windows 8.1


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Typing text with Sticky Notes, Notepad, and WordPad

When you need to jot down a few items. You need a text tool that's perhaps not as powerful as a full blown word processor. There are some programs built into Windows 8.1 that you actually might be familiar with already in previous versions of Windows. We're going to take a look at them now. You won't find them here in this modern interface. There are no tiles for any Text tools. However, we can click the All Apps button down in the bottom left corner to reveal all of our apps. And as we scroll to the right, you'll see there are some windows accessories including one called Notepad.

Another called Sticky Notes, and another called WordPad. Let's begin with Sticky Notes. If you have one of these pads on your desk, you might jot down a note and then stick it up on the wall. Maybe even on your computer screen. This is the electronic version of that. A new sticky note appears. You can place it anywhere on your desktop. It's going to stay there until you remove it. And there's a curs...

Typing text with Sticky Notes, Notepad, and WordPad
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Typing text with Sticky Notes, Notepad, and WordPad provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Windows 8.1 Essential Training

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Business
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