Editing notes and copying from Bible to notes - font issues

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Debbie Eckmier | Forum Activity | Posted: Sun, Oct 10 2021 10:31 PM

Hi

When I'm trying to correct a typo in Notes it is overtyping the words I already entered instead of just correcting  ie. I spelled important wrong. If i want to add the letter "n" I left out it overtypes all the letters following... I know there was a way to correct this automatic overtype thing. Can't find how to do that. 

I just want to be able to add in a single letter that I type.

ALSO  When I'm copying from my Bible into notes, it copies with large font for one verse and a smaller font for the next verse and then large font again... So irritating to have to select the text and set the proper font size. I add a lot of stuff into my notes and have to do this step over and over. Can this be corrected??

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Oct 10 2021 11:52 PM

Debbie Eckmier:
When I'm trying to correct a typo in Notes it is overtyping the words I already entered instead of just correcting  ie. I spelled important wrong. If i want to add the letter "n" I left out it overtypes all the letters following... I know there was a way to correct this automatic overtype thing. Can't find how to do that. 

Are you on a PC? If so, you are looking for the INSERT key toggle [Solved] How to Turn off Overtype by Disabling Insert Key? (minitool.com) On a Mac I don't know.

Debbie Eckmier:
ALSO  When I'm copying from my Bible into notes, it copies with large font for one verse and a smaller font for the next verse and then large font again... So irritating to have to select the text and set the proper font size. I add a lot of stuff into my notes and have to do this step over and over. Can this be corrected??

I've not seen this before although there are some issues with the Bible Copy function on some operating systems. Under Tools, select Copy Bible Verse and either take a screen shot or report back what style you are using.

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