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How many times have you needed to use a symbol for a trademark, currency of a different country or even a smiley face and spent lots of time searching to find them? This has happened to me so often, I’ve made a list of the ones I’ve had to use & thought I would display them on a blog page for easy reference both for myself and others. The page is called “Shortcut to Symbols” – you’ll see it listed in the right hand sidebar under pages, but here is the …
… to run over night. There are many cost effective backup programs available. Some will be built into your operating system and others are available free – search on the internet and you’ll find plenty of options. The advantage of the external drive is that your work is still physically separated from the main hard drive and can be taken off-site with you. Option 5: Online backup service The services are fairly inexpensive (typically about $5 a month), and the best ones won’t …
… thought I’d share the ones I find most useful with you today. Windows Shortcuts CTRL+C / CTRL+V: This one is obvious and probably the most used keyboard shortcut in the world. CTRL+C copies whatever is currently marked and CTRL+V pastes the contents again. (C for Copy, V for Verbose) CTRL+X: Cut – Copies the text for pasting, but removes it from original place (for moving text) CTRL+A: Select All – The copy and paste shortcuts work well with this one …

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