Post by R on Feb 6, 2023 14:45:34 GMT -5
The highlight-pen functions are good for setting blocks of text to a color, like (Pen/Red)
A problem with this technique is that you need a key mapped to the color function, and with 15 colors, you may not have enough keys to map everything you need.
To get around this, I made a macro called PEN
to highlight a block of text to any desired color.
To use, highlight the block, press Home to get to the command line, type PEN color
and press Enter.
You have to be careful to do things in the right order, as commands such as RETRIEVE will disable any text highlighting that you have done, and then you would have to highlight the block all over again.
name is any color name shown in the Global Hilights tab, like RED
or its color code like R
To make a block the "standard" color, which is the same as "resetting" it, use a code or name of S
(couldn't decide which was the best name).
pen.macro (1.83 KB)