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At the end of a sentence, just press the Space key twice to see an automatic . (period) and the next letter you type will be automatically capitalized.
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Typing Symbols: Two Types Alt and Sym Keys
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There are two types of symbols you can type on your BlackBerry those shown on the top of the keys, which you can access by pressing and holding the Alt key while pressing the key, and the other set of symbols not shown on the keyboard, which are accessed by pressing the Sym (Symbol) key on the keyboard. Both ways allow you to quickly add symbols to your text. To type any symbol shown on the top of the keys on the keyboard, like the pound sign (#) or the parentheses, you would press and hold the Alt key while pressing the other key, e.g., Alt+Q gives you a #, and so on. See Figure 6-1.
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CHAPTER 6: Typing, Spelling, and Help
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Figure 6-1. Pressing the Alt key to type symbols shown on the top of each key
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There are times when you need a symbol not shown on the keyboard. Then you need to press the Sym key to see a list of alternative symbols available to you. Press the Sym key to the right of the Space key. This key brings up the Symbol menu, as shown in Figure 6-2.
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Figure 6-2. Locating symbols not shown on the keyboard
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Select the symbol by pressing the associated letter or gliding and clicking the trackpad. In the image above, if you press the letter C on your keyboard, you would get the symbol for the Japanese Yen currency.
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You can easily type standard accented characters such as by pressing and holding a letter on the keyboard and gliding the trackpad. (See page 12 of the Quick Start Guide.) Example: Press and hold the letter A to scroll through these accented characters related to A: (both upper and lower case).
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Letters this trick works on are E, R, T, Y, U, I, O, P, A, S, D, K, C, V, B, N, M. Some other common characters are V key for , T key for trademark symbol, C key for copyright symbol, R key for registered trademark symbol.
Editing Text
Making changes to your text is easy with the BlackBerry. See Figure 6-3. 1. 2. Glide the trackpad left or right to position the cursor. Edit text by pressing the Del or Alt+Del keys. a. b. Use the Del key to erase characters to the left of the cursor. Hold the Alt key and press Del to delete characters under the cursor.
Figure 6-3. Editing text on your BlackBerry Curve
CHAPTER 6: Typing, Spelling, and Help
The Mighty Space Key
Like many of the keys on the BlackBerry, the Space key can do some very handy things for you while you are typing.
Using the Space Key While Typing an E-mail Address
On most handhelds, when you want to put in the @ or the . in your e-mail message, you need a complicated series of commands usually a Shift or Alt. On the BlackBerry, you don t need to take those extra steps. While you are typing the email address, after the user name (e.g., martin) just press the Space key once and the BlackBerry will automatically insert the @ martin@ . Type the domain name, press the Space key again, and presto the BlackBerry automatically puts in the . in martin@madesimplelearning. No additional keystrokes are necessary. Just finish the e-mail address with the com in martin@madesimplelearning.com .
Quickly Changing Drop-Down Lists
Another thing that the Space key does is to move you down to the next item in a list. In the Minutes field, pressing the Space key will jump to the next 15 minutes. In the Hour field, you jump to the next hour. And similarly, in the Month field, you jump to the next month. In any other type of field, pressing the Space key will jump you to the next entry. Give it a try. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Click your Calendar icon. Open a new calendar event by clicking the trackpad anywhere in the Day view. Glide down to the month and press the Space key notice you advance one month. Glide over to the hour and press Space notice you advance 1 hour. Finally, glide to the minutes and press Space. Notice that you move 15 minutes forward. These are all great tricks to quickly re-schedule calendar events.
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