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Sending Documents as E-mail
Send as E-mail displays a new e-mail window with the current document's text in the e-mail message body. This feature only works with MAPI compliant e-mail programs such as Outlook and Outlook Express. Text formatting is not supported with this feature (i.e., formatting such as bolding is lost when the document text is placed in the e-mail message body).
Send as E-mail Attachment is the same as Send as E-mail except the current document is attached to the e-mail as a file attachment rather than copied to the message body. All document formatting is preserved in the attachment.
Note: If this feature does not work with your e-mail program then you may want to try Jarte's Hot Connect feature instead.
Attached Note is an exclusive Jarte Plus feature that allows a plain text note to be attached to the current document. The note can contain any text you wish. If the current document is a plain text file then the note will only be retained for as long as the document is shown in either the Recent Files list or the Favorite Files list. The file the note is attached to must be saved after the note is attached.
Searching for a File
The Find File feature is a shortcut to the Windows file search window. The Windows file search window can be used to find a file even if you only know part of the file name. Any found files can be opened in Jarte by dragging and dropping the files from the file search window to the Jarte program.
File Properties displays the Windows file properties window for the current file. Changes made to the file through the file properties window are not recognized by Jarte until the next time the file is opened.
The Zoom feature changes the magnification of the current document. Increased magnification is useful for making documents easier to read. Decreased magnification fits more of the document into the available screen space thereby reducing the need for scrolling.
Note the zoom level can also be changed by rotating the mouse's scroll wheel while pressing the Ctrl key. The zoom level appears in the status bar when the zoom level is changed. The status bar indicator is especially useful when changing the zoom level via the scroll wheel or via the zoom keyboard shortcuts.
You can also change the default zoom level which is then applied to all subsequently opened documents.
Word Count displays the number of pages, lines, words, and characters found in the current document. If you select (highlight) part of the document's text then Word Count displays counts for just the selected text range.
The active document's word count can also be displayed in the status bar by right clicking the status bar and enabling the Enable Word Counting option.
Use Undo to reverse the most recent edit to the current document. Undo can be repeated to reverse as many document edits as desired. Use Redo to reinstate an edit that has just be reversed with Undo. Redo can be repeated to reverse a string of Undo operations. The number of edits that can be undone is controlled by advanced setting Undo Limit.
Sorts the current document's paragraphs in alphabetical order. If only a portion of the document is to be sorted then select (highlight) the paragraphs to be sorted before sorting.
Table rows must be sorted using the table sort feature.
Tip: A reverse alphabetical order sort can be performed by pressing the Shift key while selecting the Sort feature.
Changes the casing of the letters in the selected text according to the following choices:
To Lower Case - Changes all letters to lower case.
To Upper Case - Changes all letters to upper case.
To Title Case - Changes the first letter of each word to upper case. All other letters are changed to lower case.
To Sentence Case - Changes the first letter of each sentence to upper case. All other letters are changed to lower case.
To Reverse Case - Changes all lower case letters to upper case and all upper case letters to lower case.
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