How To Use the Window’s Snap Feature in Windows 10 – Part 2

Part 2 of 3 – Snap with the keyboard

In Part 1, I showed you how to use the Windows snap feature in Windows 10 using the mouse. In part 2, I’ll show you how to use the same snapping feature using the keyboard instead.

When using the keyboard, it is important to remember that the Windows Key on your keyboard is your friend and using the Windows Key in combination with the 4 Arrow Keys Up, Down, Left and Right will get you docking windows in a snap :-).

  • To snap or dock a window that is not already docked to the left half of your screen, select the window and press the Windows Key + Left Arrow key.
  • Do the same to snap a window to the right half of your screen, select the window and press the Windows Key + Right Arrow key.
  • Once a window is docked to the left or right half of your screen, you can pretty much move it around to any quadrant edge (a quarter of the screen), using the windows key together with any of the four arrow keys.

In addition, To Maximize a window that is not already docked, select the window and press the Windows Key + Up Arrow key. To Minimize a window that is not already docked, select it and press the Windows Key + Down Arrow key.

How to Use the User Defined Fields Feature

You can leverage CBSI iComp to store much more information than just the basic insured or policy details. CBSI iComp enables you to track unlimited custom information about each one. User-Defined Fields are one of the shared modules in of iComp and is fully integrated with the Applications, Audit Tracker, Agents, Insureds and Policies forms. You can add and store as many User-Defined Fields as you want.As a Marketing Representative, for example, you might create a User-Defined Field for each client’s birth date, dog’s name or favorite sport, will help you in the next sales call – and the customer will think he’s the most important one on your list. Continue reading “How to Use the User Defined Fields Feature”

How to use iComp’s Mail Merge Feature?

Why Mail Merging?

Every business requires a set of standard documents to do its work. Examples include proposals, statements, invoices, fax cover sheets, and so on. Many businesses create boilerplate templates for their documents using Microsoft Word, and then distribute these templates to the employees who need them. CBSI iComp facilitates this process by providing a templates library where shared boilerplate templates can be stored and accessed by any CBSI iComp user. Continue reading “How to use iComp’s Mail Merge Feature?”