Re: Note for Muddy
Originally Posted by Muddy
Baz thank you could you explain that in simple English for me (I am not tech savvy).
Do you mean something like word ?
That's probably the one Ė Word, I am not familiar with Windows as I use Apple Macs. However, all you need to do is create a file in Word called say, 'OFF Messages' and use that to create all text for use in OFF Messages, then copy and paste the text you created in Word from that into the OFF Messages window. The incoming message can also be copied and pasted into the 'OFF Messages' file. All you have to do with this is to type above it the date for reference, the same with any message you have created. You will then find you have a sequence of the text of incoming messages and your replies one above the other in that file. It may sound complicated but it's easy once you have become used to it.
You can do the same for e-mails etc., etc., as you wish. It's possible to create files say, for each month so making them easier to find if you wish to. These can be stored in Folders with the relevant titles. I've always done this as it's been necessary to have copies of everything, plus a back-up on an external drive. That's what an organised working life in the printing industry does!