22342Re: [NTB] Questions about bookmarks
- Dec 26, 2011Hello cq9,
This does not respond to your question about bookmarks, however, you might
look at the Outline feature in NoteTab as a possible substitute for
bookmarks. If it makes sense to save your original document as an outline,
you can create an unlimited number of headings (each with a descriptive
title) which can be constantly on display. Look also at the Hyperlink
feature for use in your outlines. Hyperlinks allow one-click access to any
part of your document or to other documents on your PC. Outlines can also
be easily converted into web pages with the headings serving as a
hyperlinked table of contents.
IMO, Outlines and the Paste Board feature are two of the most useful
features of NoteTab.
I keep NoteTab open on my PC whenever the machine is running.
On Sat, Dec 24, 2011 at 8:38 PM, cq9 <cq9@...> wrote:
> Thanks very much, Don, for this helpful suggestion. I am very new to
> NoteTab Pro, and so I haven't yet looked at what is available with the Clip
> language. But you given me a strong incentive to do so.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Don G Daugherty <ddaugherty@...> wrote:
> > I think with use of Notetab's Clip language you can create your own
> > savable bookmark equivalents.
> > The idea would be to use a set of characters that you would normally
> > never use -- ASCII characters above 128 for example. Subscribe to the
> > Clips List and ask for help there if you need it,
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