Effectively manage all your notes with this heavy-duty note organizer and outliner. Use the familiar two-pane arrangement to organize the list of notes on the left and to edit the note on the right. A note can have rich text along with pictures.
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:27
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
WinBasics Tutorial 1.4 Here is a free ebook on Windows basics. The idea is to deal with practical aspects of using Windows rather than discuss the mundane stuff.
WhizFolder Viewer 5.2.3 WhizFolder Viewer is a freeware ebook application that allows viewing of WhizFolder hypertext documents created by anyone. Hence, the authors and writers can distribute and share their work with others as electronic books in WhizFolder documents.
Description: Effectively manage all your notes with this heavy-duty note organizer and outliner. Use the familiar two-pane arrangement to organize the list of notes on the left and to edit the note on the right. A note can have rich text along with pictures, links and even ole objects. You may not find a note organizer as flexible as WhizFolders. Change settings to view vertical panes, full screen editor, multiple windows, desktop remembering, full control on fonts and styles, and so on. A nice balloon help tutorial helps you get started and become productive in minutes. Additional features include, watching the clipboard for automatic pastes, RTF and HTML export, drag and drop text exchange with OneNote and other applications, nice printing features to produce a book of your notes, freeware viewer to distribute to others, advanced search through your documents, and more. Get WhizFolders, the software that is specially made for note management, not clogged by features that you really don't need.
MoRUN.net Sticker (note taking software) 7.6 Note taking software for Windows. Easily create notes, post notes on desktop, organize notes in groups, send notes over LAN/Internet. Note taking organizer with high security
Review: PalmOne LifeDrive Mobile Manager At the expense of the venerable PDA, business professionals have started turning to smartphones to fulfill their mobile-computing needs. Now, palmOne is attempting to turn the tide.