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    Paste Time and Date in notepad with one key press.

    Hey guys!
    Here is a cool tips!
    You can paste the current time and date in a notepad file whenever you want!
    It was done by me accidently.
    How to do it with just one key press:
    • Open notepad.
    • Press F5 key.
    • Done.

    Cool Right!? This is what came to my mind when i realised what i just found out!
    Have Fun...!!

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    Re: Paste Time and Date in notepad with one key press.

    i knew that already! This trick is known as "Easter Eggs". Microsoft Office too has many Easter Eggs, in one of the trick you can play games in them! Shocked huh?? Go find it out!

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    Re: Paste Time and Date in notepad with one key press.

    Here you can find all Easter eggs in Microsoft products .
    The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits. - Albert Einstein

    What we think, we become (Please don't think you are a superhero and don't try to fly)

    "SUCCESS IS NOT A DESTINATION , IT'S A JOURNEY"

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    Re: Paste Time and Date in notepad with one key press.

    Thank you Zipp for sharing this info. I didn't know it.
    Now I would like to play MS Office Games, sounds interesting. Everybody like to play free games.
    Please tell me if you know how to play games in MS office.

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