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To exit notepad press space z dots 1 3 5 6 or the esc

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To exit ‘Notepad’ press ‘Space-z (dots 1-3-5-6)’ or the ‘Esc key (F1 button)’. If you are editing a document, you are asked if you want to save the document. If you want to save the document, press ‘Y (dots 1-3-4-5-6)’ or change the answer to ‘Yes’ using space or backspace and press ‘Enter’. If you want to close ‘Notepad’ without saving the document, press ‘N (dots 1- 3-4-5)’ or change the answer to ‘No’ using space or backspace and press ‘Enter’.
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3.3 Structure of Notepad The “notepad” contains a file browser and a document Window. When you first open ‘Notepad’, you are placed in the file browser listing the Files and folders on the SD card inserted in the Braille EDGE 40. For the purposes of identification, folder names are surrounded by quotation marks. In the file/folder list, you can explore, create, cut, copy, remove and rename folders or files. Folders and files are arranged in alphabetical order and are displayed as “focused item number/total items”. Use the following keystrokes to navigate files and folders in the file browser: 1) Move to previous item: up navigation button or Space-1 2) Move to next item: down navigation button or Space-4 3) Move to the first item in the current list: up navigation button-left navigation button or Space-1-3 4) Move to the last item in the current list: down navigation button-right navigation button. 5) Enter folder or open file: right navigation button or Enter 6) Move back a level in the folder structure: left navigation button or Backspace You can also jump to a file or folder by typing the first letter of the file or folder name. While in the file browser, you can use the menu to perform several file and folder management tasks. To open the MENU, press the ‘Alt’ key (f4 or space-m). Use the following keystrokes to navigate the menu: 1) Move to the previous menu item: up navigation button or Space-1 2) Move to the next menu item: down navigation button or Space-4 3) Move back a level in the menu structure: left navigation button. 4) Enter sub menu/Execute menu item: right navigation button or Enter 5) Close the menu: Esc key You can also type the shortcut key displayed after the menu item to
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immediately jump to and execute that item. Below are the available menu items in the file browser and document window: 1) The file browser menu (Accessed by pressing ALT or space-1-3-4) : Open, Open as Read Only, Recent Document, Copy, Paste, Cut, Delete, New Folder, New file, Rename, Find, Select All, Information and Exit 2) Available menu items in the document window (Accessed by pressing ALT or space-1-3-4) : File menu, Edit menu, Tools menu, Insert menu 3.4 Opening documents 3.4.1 Creating a New document Move to the folder in which you want to create the document and press Ctrl-N (dots 1-3-4-5) or execute the ‘New file’ option under the MENU.
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