How do I format sticky notes in Windows 7

Asked By 20 points N/A Posted on -
qa-featured

I am trying to change the default format in sticky notes on windows 7.

Can you change the format and if so how ?

SHARE
Best Answer by Alfredo Mille
Best Answer
Best Answer
Answered By 0 points N/A #128792

How do I format sticky notes in Windows 7

qa-featured

Dear User,

The original settings in Sticky Notes, unfortunately, are to not change the default settings.

You can change information per sticky note with preset keyboard commands.

Below is a cheat sheet of commands for Sticky Note.

Keyboard Command

Function

Ctrl+B

Bold text

Ctrl+I

Italic text

Ctrl+T

Strike through

Ctrl+U

Underlined text

Ctrl+Shift+L

Bulleted (press once) or Numbered (press twice) list

Ctrl+Shift+>

Increased text size

Ctrl+Shift+<

Decreased text size

Ctrl+A

Select all

Ctrl+Shift+A

Toggles all caps

Ctrl+L

Left aligns text

Ctrl+R

Right aligns text

Ctrl+E

Centers text

Ctrl+Shift+L

Small Alpha list (3rd), Capital Alpha list (4th), small roman (5th), Capital roman (6th)

Ctrl+Scroll Wheel

Increase/Decrease text size

Ctrl+1

Single-space lines

Ctrl+2

Double-space lines

Ctrl+5

Set 1.5-line spacing

Ctrl+=

Subscript

Ctrl+Shift++

Superscript

Ctrl+Z

Undo

Ctrl+Y

Redo

Ctrl+X

Cut

Ctrl+C

Copy

Ctrl+V

Paste

Ctrl+N

New sticky note

These are you basic commands for Sticky Notes.

If you have to reset a default for your program there is a way to do it with a resource intruders.

Here is a link to that tutorial.

Thank  You!

Answered By 0 points N/A #128793

How do I format sticky notes in Windows 7

qa-featured

Hello Arthur,

To change the default font format of the sticky notes, all you have to do is cut and paste the text into another word editor for instance ms word or word pad and then change to the font you want while there.

When you cut and paste the text back to the sticky note it will take the font it was in while in ms word or the word pad.

If you need to:

  • make the fonts bigger – simply press ctrl + shift + > on your keyboard.
  • make the fonts smaller – simply press ctrl + shift +< on your keyboard.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Carl

Login/Register to Answer

Related Questions