Notepad – Hidden Options

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Notepad has been synonymous with Microsoft Windows Working System since its inception.

This constructed-in text editor is used to write programming code (HTML, PHP, ASP etc.) for website development. There are different uses too. This article will highlight those features. Right here is the list.

1.Windows Notepad can be utilized to store messages with date and time. Open Notepad application. Type “.LOG” in the first line without quotes. Save the file. Next time whenever you open the file you will find notepad has added time and date to it. Great way to create log/message files. This feature can also be activated by urgent the F5 key earlier than saving the file.

2. Notepad is useful when you need to copy content from web pages and paste in Microsoft Excel or Word application. Usually, if you happen to paste directly in Excel or Word, the consequence can be quite disastrous. The answer is Notepad.

Copy the content from a webpage and paste it in Notepad. Now, copy the content from Notepad and paste in Microsoft Excel or Word utilizing the Unicode method.

3. This is neither a tip nor a assist command. This is called the four three three five sequence ( Notepad interprets this as unicode and never ANSI ). Write the next textual content in Notepad without quotes “Sara hid the facts”. Save the file. Open and consider the contents. Surprised!

4. Matrix effect: Open your notepad and type the following.

@echo off

color 02


echo %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% % random% %random%

goto start

Save this as a.bat file. Open this file after saving. Try to be able to see the matrix effect.

On a more thoughtful note. Type Q33N in notepad. It was the flight number of one of the planes that hit World Trade Center. Change the font to WINGDINGS. Check out the result. It seems our good old Notepad knew in regards to the terror attack.

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