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    Greetings all
    I was wondering if someone can help me. Sometimes while typing an email or txt msg,using a. combination of keys, I manage to place the time and date to the msg. Has anyone experienced this? If so how can I deliberately execute the aforementioned action. Thanks in advance.

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    Re: time stamp

    check your autotext. i suppose your autotext has a predefine keyword that auto print date and time.

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    Re: time stamp

    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~
    Auto text entries
    lt - will insert time
    lt - will insert date

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    Re: time stamp

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    Sorry I meant
    ld - will insert date

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    Re: time stamp

    Thanks for the responses!

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    Re: time stamp

    Sorry to be a pain Faalto, but do I just type It or Id?

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    Re: time stamp

    Quote Originally Posted by Gucci
    Sorry to be a pain Faalto, but do I just type It or Id?
    lt<space> will give you timestamp
    ld<space> will give you date

    of course you can modify this to anything via autotext option.

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