Baraha - Toolbars

Standard toolbar

Creates a new Baraha document. (hot key: Ctrl+N).

Opens an existing Baraha document. (hot key: Ctrl+O).

Saves the active Baraha document. (hot key: Ctrl+S).

Exports the active document to other file formats such as TXT/RTF/HTM documents, BMP/GIF/JPG/PNG picture files. See: Export Options

Sends the current document through e-mail. (hot key: Ctrl+M). See: Send Email

Cuts the selection and puts it on the clipboard. (hot key: Ctrl+X). This icon is enabled only when the Input Window is focused and when a selection is made. You can't make a selection in the Preview or the Output windows.

Copies the text to the clipboard. (hot key: Ctrl+C). If the Input Window has the focus, then the current selection in the Input Window is copied. If the Output Window has the focus (by clicking on it), then the all the text in the Output Window is copied in Unicode or ANSI encoding. See: Copy Text

Pastes the clipboard contents. (hot key: Ctrl+V). Converts Indian language text to phonetic encoding. This command is enabled only when the Input Window is focused.

Shows how a file will look when you print it.

Prints the active file. (hot key: Ctrl+P). See: Page Setup

Converts the text in the Input Window to Indian script and displays in the Output Window. (hot key: Ctrl+T).

Opens the Find-Replace dialog box. (hot key: Ctrl+F). Using this, you can search and replace a specific word in the Input Window. See: Find-Replace

Select different windows layouts. Hot key F11 toggles the screen between full screen and normal modes.

Shows the Baraha help topics.

Accesses news from baraha.com.

Default settings toolbar

Left aligns the text in the focused window.

Center aligns the text in the focused window.

Right aligns the text in the focused window.

Justifies the text in the focused window.

Sets the text style to Bold.

Sets the text style to Italic.

Sets the text style to Underline.

Decreases the font size for the text in the selected window.

Increases the font size for the text in the selected window.

Navigation toolbar

The Back button opens up the previous document.

The Forward button opens up the document you viewed before clicking on the Back button.

You can type file name in the address bar. After entering the filename, hit the ENTER key or click the button.