that is in TAB encoding. You are to edit some text in the same document for your friend.
To change the encoding for just this document, you may pick TAB from the Murasu menu. You may find this menu in some applications (like Murasu Editor,
WordPad, Word, Outlook Express and others). Anjal attaches this menu
to some TAB (or
whatever you need to pick). without changing the default.
You may do the same for keyboard setting as well. You friend may want to work on your computer to edit a document that you were writing. She may be familiar with a different keyboard than the one you are using. She could change the keyboard setting for just this document the same way you did for the encoding above.
If your application does not have a +Murasu menu, you may invoke it from the minimised Murasu icon in your system tray. See the section on +Murasu Menu for more information on each entry and their use in this menu.
There are three other setup options:
This option, when checked (or selected) will automatically minimise Anjal into the system tray of your desktop. As you will not have to modify the settings in Anjal all the time, it is best that you leave this option checked. Figure SU2 shows the Anjal icon minimised into the system tray.
Anjal minimised into the system tray. You may point your mouse at the icon and click on the right button to invoke the menu.
This option is enabled only if you are running Anjal in “Pro” mode. Checking this option will hide the “About Box” when Anjal starts up. If you are running Anjal- Lite, you will not be able to use this option. In this case, the About Box will show evey time Anjal starts.
This option will only be seen if you are running Anjal on a Windows95, Windows98 or WindowsMe system. It allows you to select the fonts you want to load in Anjal in order to minimise the use of system resources. In Windows2000 and WindowsXp, Anjal uses resource sharing techniques so that the use of