2 Set options as needed:
• Enter an author name. The name appears in the title bar of the notes window.
• Choose a font and size for the note text.
• Select a color for the note icon and the title bar of note windows.
3 Click where you want to place the note, or drag to create a custom-sized window.
4 Click inside the window, and type the text. If you type more text than fits in the note window, the scroll bar becomes active.
Edit the text as needed:
• You can use the standard editing commands for your system (Undo, Cut, Copy, Paste, and Select All). In Windows, right-click in the text area and choose the commands from the context menu. In Mac OS, choose the commands from the Edit and Select menus. You can also use standard keyboard shortcuts for these editing commands.
• If you have the required software for different script systems (for example, Roman, Japanese, or Cyrillic) installed on your computer, you can switch between the script systems. Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Mac OS) to display the context menu, and then choose a script system.
5 To close the note to an icon, click the close box.
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