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Windows 7: Logitech Macro Keys to Resize Windows 7 Sticky Note Text

16 Oct 2010   #1

Win 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Logitech Macro Keys to Resize Windows 7 Sticky Note Text

After resurrecting my Logitech G15 (original version) Keyboard to Windows 7 with a new 64 bit driver I put two of the 54 user defineable macro keys to good Windows 7 use - Keys to resize the Sticky Note Text.

The new macro keys seamlessly enlarge and reduce the selected sticky notes text without even a flicker to the screen.
The two macros are quite similar, each comprimised of 7 keystrokes. They differ only in the 5th key stroke (a > or a <) depending on whether you are enlarging or reducing the sticky note text size.

MacroKey 1 to (enlarge sticky note text)
Ctrl A this selects the text
Ctrl Shift and > makes the text larger
Esc and cursor key this deselects the text

MacroKey 2 to (make sticky note text smaller) is
Ctrl A this selects the text
Ctrl Shift and < makes the text smaller
Esc and cursor key this deselects the text

(like I got nothing better to do with my time )

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