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WINDOWS 2000 Toolbars problem appears cured, BUT

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Gary R, Jan 17, 2002.

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  1. Gary R

    Gary R Thread Starter

    Aug 9, 2001
    another question re W2K:
    Is there any way to slow the scrolling speed? At times when marking a section of text to be deleted, the blue color indicating the text you WANT to delete will jump maybe another 1/2 to 3/4 of a page beyond what you want (ie: you get say, a page and a half or so marked instead of the 1/2 page you want to mark/delete), and to avoid deleting something I don't want & having to use undo then redo the page again, I have to delete a paragraph or so at a time.
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    Sep 15, 2001
    <font face="comic sans ms" color="#577ac6">I hold down my Shift key, then use the Arrow keys to highlight exactly what I wish to delete, or cut, or copy...
    This works within documents, as well as on files and folders.</font>
  3. jbcalg


    Oct 29, 2001
    you could also reduce the zoom from page width (87%?) to 75% or 60% or whatever, so you can see all the txt you want to highlight without the scroll bar moving, or moving much
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