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Turns out the quote button is buried inside the align menu on the formatting toolbar. When you click Align, a submenu pops up with a few options for indentation and quoting, in addition to text justification.
I've created a Chrome, Firefox, and Thunderbird extension that allows you to write email in Markdown (in Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, or Thunderbird) and then convert to HTML before sending. If someone sends you raw Markdown it won't render it for you, but it lets you send rendered Markdown to others. Hope it helps. https://github.com/adam-p/markdown-here
Unfortunately the markup for Google+ (and Google Talk by extension) is fairly limited. You're missing: -item- for strikethrough @name or +name to tag someone. Drag and drop Add photos, videos, or links to your posts by dragging them directly to the share box. To add a link, drag the icon next to the URL from the address bar to the share box. ...
This Digital Inspiration blog post helped me out. Basically, you can copy content from any web page and paste it into the Gmail rich text editor. The editor will do its best to keep the formatting. In my case, that meant that I had to do the following: Publish the spreadsheet to the web, but just publish the sheet with the data I wanted to copy; Get the ...
If you prefix the data in the cell with a single quote—'—it should prevent any default formatting.
there is a way you can use formatting markup, you need to create a Facebook Note, it lets you use a subset of the HTML language, letting you insert images and create links, bold text etc
To quote, you can also select the text and use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Shift+9 on Windows and Cmd+Shift+9 on OS X. This shortcut works only in rich text mode.
In Trello, card titles are single line, i.e. they can't contain a carriage return. (It's similar to the subject line of an email) If you'd like to include multi-line content, you can do that in the card description, or in a comment (using shift + enter)
What you'll need here is to add a double-space, or two spaces, at the end of the line before you hit the Enter. So in this case, the keys entered would be: George SmithspacespaceEnter 27 Smith StreetspacespaceEnter Smithsville Markdown requires the addition of those two spaces at the end to mark a new linebreak.
I just checked and currently it is not possible to do that, on the table itself. There's however a "hack" option available: add a table in a table, see screenshot. Screenshot Example See example doc I've created: table in a table Note If you set the color of the grid lines to be white, than it will fade away. It will also give you flexibility to ...
I'm honestly not sure when this was updated, but centering a table directly appears to be possible now. Simply right-click on the table and go to "Table Properties", "Table Alignment", "Center". Click OK.
I'm unable to replicate this behavior. Are you sure you are including a blank line at the top of the bullet list? If not, you'll get something like this: List 1 * foo * bar * baz List 2 foo bar baz
The text() function might help you out. There is better documentation of it on the Excel help site: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel-help/text-function-HP010062580.aspx What you're looking for is wrapping your average() function in the text() function like this: ="Daily Avg: " &text(AVERAGE(C3:C13),"0.00") text() works like this: ...
To add a newline, simply type Shift+Enter. This will insert a newline character (thus making a new line) rather than enter, which causes the form to submit. Note that in some cases, Facebook strips newline characters, and it isn't consistent. For example, you can type newlines into status updates, and it will show the line breaks on your wall and in the ...
You can use standard HTML syntax (which is totally valid wiki-syntax): <ol> <li> Text in a numbered entry</li> <li><pre>Formated Text Goes Here</pre></li> <li> Next numbered entry</li> </ul>
Might be worth checking out these: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/27175 Fluid app userscript, build to support Markdown in Highrise and Basecamp http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/2531 Based on js-markdown and it enables you to convert Markdown formatted text to HTML in one single click.
Go to Settings (Cog wheel on the upper-right side) Search for Date format Switch to 31/12/2012 Click Save at to the or bottom of the settings page
I use this formula to convert the date time values IFTTT spits out to a useful format: =TIMEVALUE(SUBSTITUTE(A1," at ", " ")) + DATEVALUE(SUBSTITUTE(A1," at ", " ")) Where A1 is the cell containing the date string This gives you a decimal number that you can format as "Date Time".
If you have GMail Labs enabled you can use the "Nested Labels" feature: Nested Labels by Manu C Manage your email by sorting it into a hierarchy of labels. Add slashes (/) to label names to express inheritance. For example, if you want a Home label with two child labels named Kids and Shopping, create the three following labels: Home, ...
This behaviour is by design and as far I am aware cannot be changed via preferences etc. You can submit suggestions to Google Docs if you feel that you have a good case for it to be changed.
Changing date formats is not currently possible. Selecting from the date picker will automatically format the date, though.
I fetched my twitter profile with the Twitter API. Here is how it looks - ... "screen_name":"iAmBibhas","location":"Bangalore, India","description":"Hungry and lazy developer.\r\nCurrently building @lxidd. ","url":"http:\/\/bibhas.in", ... As you can see, there is \r\n just before Currently building @lxidd. That means the line breaks are being saved in ...
You can install the Markdown Here extension for Chrome and write the code in markdown format in the email compose window. You can either write the code with a four-space indent: this is some code Or with the triple backtick format: ``` this is some code ``` Then, to turn the markdown code into a properly formatted email, activate the extension ...
Yes, we're aware of some problems with formatting between Gmail and Outlook. You can follow this discussion in the Gmail Help Forum. Some folks have reported that turning off Default Text Styling and/or Signature Tweaks helps.
Seems to be possible now (4th September 2012, 13:50 GMT-6): Open a new document or an existing document, Type some text (or select some existing text). Change the size, style, and font to what you want. Open the Format menu. Point at "Paragraph styles", then at "Normal Text". Select "Update 'Normal Text' to match". Future new documents should then ...
With dashes (-): =CONCATENATE(LEFT(A1,4)&"-"&MID(A1,5,4)&"-"&MID(A1,9,4)&"-"&RIGHT(A1,4)) or with spaces (): =CONCATENATE(LEFT(A1,4)&" "&MID(A1,5,4)&" "&MID(A1,9,4)&" "&RIGHT(A1,4))
It is possible to change the background color of a single page !! This is how you do it: Select page setup from the file menu Choose the color you want Color is set for a single page, but also set for the whole document. If you print out the finished documents as PDF files, then you can use for example the following web app to merge the two documents: ...
Solution: Put an equal number of non-breaking spaces around your first line. What to type: Demo: @maxMRE How to type a non-breaking space: Ubuntu: Shift+AltGr+[space] on a french (variant) keymap. Anything else: Your mileage may vary, you have plenty of answers a few keystrokes away. Copy-pasting non breaking spaces directly in the twitter textarea ...
In your notes on a Page you can go to Notes. When you get there click create. Write what you wish to. you can also Copy And Paste in the Note you are making. This also works the same way on a Group Page only you will click on files at the top of the page instead of Notes.
It is true that the notation for the binomial coefficient isn't included in the menu, but you can still use it by using the automatic shortcuts. When in the equation editor, type \choose then press space That's it!
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