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Old 06-23-2010, 04:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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HI All,

I'm new to BlackBerry, I have a Bold 9700 and have few questions if someone could that would be great.

1. Can i stop the Enter button from also being a "send" button when sending a sms. i keep bumping it and sending msg i've finished.

2. Not all of my name's will be shown when i receive a sms just the number is displayed but if i click open the menu reply, call, email to the name for that number

3. Can i make folders for my emails etc

4. If i hind an icon where does it go and can i get it back

Any help would be great thanks
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1. Yes, theres an option to turn that off. Cant remember where, use the search function above, as its been mentioned elsewhere.

3. Nope.

4. It will become grayed out. click menu - show all (when on the main application screen [one with all the icons]) and you will see the grayed out icons.
highlight a grayed out icons and go menu - hide (to remove the tick by hide) thereby showing it again.
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