NEWBIE LETTER #2
- Having trouble receiving mail via my spam program which I just shut down.
If anyone has replied to this, please send again as I won't get the first
Since I don't understand all the terms in the Note Tab, I'm not able to do
much with it. I'm trying to set up a webpage, which, for me, is difficult
enough as it is. I found a set of lessons on learning HTML and was going
through them one by one. When I was supposed to put something on the
'clipboard' that stopped me. How do you find it?
Had just ordered a trial NoteTab, so decided maybe that would work. It
does. But somehow, the instructions in the lessons don't work in NoteTab,
so a double whammy for getting somewhere. I did get two lines of my text to
show up, but when I put in the color code, the one from the lessons
accomplished nothing, so I clicked on the color bar of NoteTab and got
another number entered. But when I go to the page which comes out without
the HTML instructions, the color has NOT changed. And I don't know why or
what to do about it.
Any suggestions for a green-as-a-gourd beginner?
Several things ... try looking at this which may get you going:
Second, if you ever miss a message, go to yahoogroups and find it online.
There is an html group for notetab also. You may wish to join that.
Head over to Virtual University.org (http://www.vu.org) where they offer
online courses on all kinds of things, including HTML and basic computer
usage (if you have to ask what a clipboard is..)
Anyway, you can take 3 courses for $15.00, then if you need continuing
education credits, you can send in for a certificate for another $12.00 per
class. This is helpful when someone's work demands ongoing education.
Anyway, the classes can be done all in one day (I did that). There's also a
message board for others in the class who are working on the same project.
They teach you to code by hand vs. a big web page program that adds all
kinds of extra stuff. Therefore, NoteTab fits the bill beautifully.
I did these classes and I was off and running in no time flat. Learning the
huge possibilities of NoteTab remains ongoing. I create my own clip and
clip books, though, and create web pages (almost) like a pro.
Don't give up. It'll happen. It's sure not brain surgery, just another way