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New document named ‘noname.br/noname.txt’ is created and your cursor is placed on it. Press ‘ENTER’ to open and edit the document. 3.4.2 Open document To open a document, press “Ctrl-o (dots1-3-5)”. Navigate to the file you want to open in the file list and press “Enter”. If you have not previously opened the document, you are placed at the top of the file. If you have previously opened the document on the Braille EDGE 40, you are placed at the cursor position at which you last closed the document. 3.4.3 Open recent document This function allows you to directly open the last document you read or edited on the unit. To open a recent document, press Ctrl-P (dots 1-2-3-4)
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from the file browser. Or open the MENU with ‘Alt’ key or ‘Space-1-3-4’ and move to ‘recent document/’ using the ‘Up/down/ navigation buttons and press “enter”. The document you opened most recently is loaded automatically. 3.4.4 Open document in ‘read only’ mode This function allows you to open a document without concern of accidental edits or insertion of data into the document, as this mode only allows you to read the document. To open a document in Read Only mode, press Ctrl-R (dots1-2-3-5) from the file browser. The focused file is opened in “read only’ mode and you can read the file without concern of undesired editing. 3.5 Save Document 1. Save If you wish to save the currently open document without changing the file type or renaming the document, press Ctrl-S (dots 2-3-4) or execute ‘save’ under the ‘File’ menu in the document window. 2. Save As If you want to save the document under a different file name, press Alt-S (dots 2-3-4) or execute ‘Save As’ under the ‘File’ menu in the document window. You can change only the file name; you cannot change the file type. Type the new file name using computer Braille and press ‘ENTER’. Note: if you save an RTF, DOC, or DOCX file, it is automatically saved as a TXT file as Braille EDGE does not support saving Microsoft Word or RTF files. 3.6 Document Navigation
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While reading/editing a document, you can navigate using the cursor routing keys, the Braille keyboard, and the navigation buttons. Use the following keystrokes to navigate a document: 1) Scroll up one display length: up scroll button 2) Scroll down one display length: down scroll button 3) Move to previous line: Space-1 or up navigation button. 4) Move to next line: Space-4 or down navigation button. 5) Move to first line: Space-1-3 6) Move to last line: Space-4-6 7) Move to previous paragraph: Space-3 or Ctrl-up navigation button. 8) Move to next paragraph: Space-6 or Ctrl-down navigation button. 9) Move to previous page: Space-2-3 or Alt-up navigation button (a page is defined as 25 lines) 10) Move to next page: Space-5-6 or Alt-down navigation button (moves down 25 lines) 11) Move to the top of the document: Space-1-2-3 or Ctrl-Alt-up navigation button 12) Move to the end of the document: Space-4-5-6 or Ctrl-Alt-down navigation button You can also navigate the document using only the navigation buttons.
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