## Today's Dragon Tip4x4 IntroductionIf you are new to Sudoku then you may find the simpler 4x4 grid an ideal starting point. All the Sudoku rules and strategies come into play but there are far fewer choices to consider. Read More |
## Sudoku Square Marking [Page 6 of 15])You'll often find that solving one or two squares in a Sudoku puzzle is crucial. It is useful to write notes about why a square must take a particular number or record allocations that can not be correct. If you are used to using a pencil and eraser to solve puzzles you can use Sudoku Dragon in just the same way. To mark a possibility simply click on the square and press SHIFT key with the number you want to set. So SHIFT+4 puts a small Any squares with an annotation are marked with a 'star' in the bottom left of the square. By double clicking on a square a details of particular numbers are shown as well as the text which you can then edit. If a square has an annotation, then when the mouse cursor is over the 'star', a tool-tip message pops up to show the note you have made for the square. You can change the note at any time. All the annotations can be printed out with the puzzle. In this puzzle the highlighted square
Give the - Tour Guide
- Generating a new Puzzle
- Square allocation list
- Sudoku puzzle types
- Puzzle solution hints
**Annotating squares**- Explaining possibilities
- Showing possible square assignments
- Possibility display control
- Automatically solve 'easy' squares
- Coloring squares
- Large Sudoku puzzles
- Improve your speed
- Puzzle display skins
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