Re: [NTB] Where did you first hear about Notetab
- For quite a few years I used a text editor called Prolix. It was an adequate text editor but didn't have nearly as many bells and whistles as NT does. When I bought a new puter a couple years ago I decided it was time to find a new, feature packed editor and searched around the net. I found NT and used standard version for awhile before I upgraded to NT Pro. I've used it since then and love it. I wouldn't trade it for any other editor out there. I've recommended it to several friends and colleagues.
Ya'll have a happy and prosperous new year!
"I gave up mind reading, I found I didn't have the required equipment" - Me
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Sent: Monday, January 05, 2004 3:34 AM
Subject: [NTB] Where did you first hear about Notetab
just wondering where you guys heard about the great Notetab?
I was came across it little more than 4 years ago when by luck I
downloaded the PageTutor's HTML tutorials. There Joe Barta,
himself being a fan of the product, introduced me to it.
I would really like to hear you guys head it from, since a lot of you
have and seem to be using it for a quite a while.
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- For years I've been involved with recipe lists, primarily those which
require one to use MasterCook's export format.
Pat Hanneman had created clips which permitted a quick format for importing
recipes from this list or off the web back into Mastercook.
Now I have no idea what I'd do without it. I use it for everything, from
journalling, web design, notes, you name it.
Plus, these lists are also, always a good resource for various and sundry
life stuff. :)
As a matter of fact, thank you all for your humor and assistance over the
years. Best of all things to you in this New Year!
- luther792003 wrote on Mon, 05 Jan 2004 11:34:12 -0000:
> I was came across it little more than 4 years ago when by luck II also came to NT from Barta's tutorials, and those are very well
> downloaded the PageTutor's HTML tutorials. There Joe Barta,
> himself being a fan of the product, introduced me to it.
I love the pasteboard and block delete (and other goodies under the
Document menu). Extremely full-featured even without clip programming.