Edit text in Microsoft Word first to change aspects like size, style and colour
Sticky Notes in Windows 7 are useful, but have limited options for formatting text content and layout. However, by first editing the text in a Word document, more choice is available for text size, style, colour and overall layout. Tabbed columns can be used, or a table of data, or bullet points added to lists.
When finished in Word, copy and paste the result into an open Sticky Note page. Adjust the note’s size by dragging its edges. Some more ideas include pasting-in a schedule of appointments, or forthcoming club activities copied from an email.
In addition, website addresses (typed or pasted) will still act as clickable links. The illustration shows an example of a look-up table for handy web addresses, including a variety of colours.
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