date-bind-html-content-type = "article" date-bind-html-compile = "article.body" date-first-article-body =
Sometimes a user perceives Computer, During Print In English or other Latin languages after having cut his career in print, the letters and words have changed from small to large, and he needs to reprint them again.
All this lost time finally pays someone to complain on pages Twitter From the extra effort he made in ReprintSometimes more than once for whole paragraphs.
In response to repeated print and word repetition complaints between small and large letters, a Twitter user unveiled the solution saying, "Select Text Then press the & # 39; Shift & # 39; and & # 39; F & # 39; & quot;
After this response, the reactions that impressed her with this trick came KeyboardSome even said that Shortcut Or trick "Life has made it easier".
Some said he would name the girl she revealed The trick As a "Personality of the Year" While another said it should be this "In the news of the tenth hour".
It is worth mentioning that this trick or shortcut is already in Word and Outlook in the program Microsoft Office For personal devices as well as computers Apple.
Sometimes, when typing in English or other Latin languages after a print run, the computer user noticed that the letters and words have changed from small to large and need to be reprinted.
All this lost time finally led someone to complain on the Twitter pages of the extra effort he had made in reprint, more than once sometimes by whole paragraphs.
In response to the complaint of repeated typing and word repetition between the small and large letters, one of Twitter's users revealed the solution, saying: "Select the desired text and then press the & Shift & # 39; # 39; F & # 39; 3.
After that response, the reactions that impressed the trick came on the keyboard, but some continued to say that the shortcut or trick "made life easier".
Some said he would name the girl who revealed the scam as "the personality of the year," while another said it should be "on the 10th hour news."
It should be noted that this trick or shortcut is already present in Word and Outlook applications in Microsoft Office for personal devices and is found on Apple computers.