using Keyboard with Noteshelf

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    Hi Has anyone used a Bluetooth keyboard to type text on Noteshelf in lieu of handwriting? I tried but couldn't figureout.
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    See if this helps?

    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1378293194.278592.jpg

    If yes, yay. If not, holler back and we'll take another shot at it.

    Marilyn
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    Excellent Marilyn, yes of course this is right. But how did you get it going.Can you tell me any particular way of configuring.
    Editted 15 mts later.... found out myself- is it a double click on the page? in that case - a new question from me. how can you change color of the typing being inside a text box.
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    Yes, it's a double-tap on the screen that brings up the text input box. Note that this is the same whether it's for for a new text box or to edit an existing one.

    To change the typed text colors - in the text entry mode, double tap the screen to bring up the keyboard (or activate the Bluetooth one). Then, follow this:

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    Note that if you choose to NOT use the BT keyboard, that text color selector box will still be there - but just on top of the iPad keyboard.

    Helps?

    Marilyn

    Who is highly entertained playing with this... :D
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    Thank you. Is it possible to change the text inside a text box to different colors. Say for example, to make the first word is in blue and the next word in Green (without having to create additional text boxes)
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    No, sorry. Well, not as far as I can tell - and I did try earlier, cause how cool would THAT be?! :) But, unfortunately, when you change the color, it changes it for the whole box.

    Guess it won't do everything... :)

    Marilyn

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