Alt shift O to create an ASCII.
Alt O to print.

I love that Eclipse can make a pdf. The lastest upgrade included a little piece of software called CutePDF. You just choose CutePDF instead of your printer after hitting Alt O, and it creates the pdf. Simple.

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For anyone who isn't totally familiar with all the Windows shortcuts like alt-tab to toggle between running programs, I'm attaching my very own Windows shortcuts cheat sheet. There are a lot of handy shortcuts we could all be using in there, like hitting the Windows button plus E will open Windows Explorer, ctrl N opens up a new Internet Explorer, and a bunch of others. If anyone has any to add, let me know!!
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Awesome, Marla!! Thank you. I've always hated going through Windows Explorer's many steps to get to my user folder in Eclipse. I just created the shortcut and am so happy =o)) Sometimes it's the simplest things that make our life easier, huh?? I"m off to try the Word one for my "reporting" folder ~ Yay!!
ECLIPSE ROCKS!!! I switched from StenoCat last year and can't believe all the things this programs does.
Wow, SC was and is a DINO!!!
Just had to get that off my chest. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
LOL Glad to have you in the fold. And so glad you got that off your chest! ;)
Amen, Premier Reporting! I made the switch from StenoCAT to Eclipse a year ago, and it's the best move I've made in my career. SC is totally a dino!
I just accidentally discovered something I didn't know existed. When you highlight a group of words by hitting M in hyperkeys, if you hit the period, it'll put periods between all the highlighted words. Handy for email addresses. Example: Marla.Williams.court.reporter@gmail.com.

I knew you could highlight words and hit the hyphen key to put a hyphen between them, but I also just found out that if you hit shift plus the hyphen key, it'll put dashes on both ends of the words. Example: "I'd like to -- sorry about that -- give you this exhibit."

Neato.
Marla,
Thank you for the shift control I. I use it constantly while editing....It is a huge time saver. I am trying to get use to the hyperkeys. I just cannot seem to get beyond hitting that N to type in text, and then press enter. I am so use to using the arrows on my keyboard.

Marla, you can also highlight a word and hit the quote key, and it will put quotes at the beginning and end of a sentence, or a single word or letter. Example: "Yes" or "A".

Susan
You've gotta be kidding me! I've been training for nine years, and I didn't know about marking and using Shift-Hyphen for dashes. Of course it does that... it works great with commas, but I never thought about trying it with hyphens. Yea!

Thanks for sharing.

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