Yes and no. NotetabPro, if you downloaded it from the Internet, came as a
"locked" cab file. When you ran it, it told you to show it a licensed
version. If it found one, it created an "unlocked" installer called Setup
for notetab.exe. When you run that program, it will created directories and
some registry entires. They aren't necessary, but it does happen.
Secondly, if you have a running copy of NoteTabPro, it is configured by an
INI file in the Notetab Directory. If you install a new version of
NoteTabpro 4.95 and then copy your INI file into the directory that was
created, you should have a copy that works fine.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of
Clueless in Seattle
Sent: Saturday, April 01, 2006 9:44 PM
Subject: [NTB] How to move NTP to new computer?
An old friend gave me his old computer when he replace it with a new
So now I'm moving my software and data from my old yard sale Pentium I
to my "new" Pentium III (a big leap forward for me!).
Do I remember correctly that Notetab Pro doesn't modify the Windows
If so, may I simply copy my NTP folder from my old computer to my new
computer and be good to go?
Will in Seattle
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