otl and Document to HTML Conversion
I have been getting re acquainted with Notetab-- Got my latest version
I am to do down and dirty html document that is nothing more than a
bunch of notes and links to other documents on the file server.
Using an outline works Great and is very fast to update and republish.
The only thing is that I would like to modify what the
Document-to-HTML actually does.
I perform Modify->Document to HTML-->No Character conversion.
Little things like mabye adding a few line breaks after each (Top Of
Page), possibly background color, default text...
Is there a way I can do that or maybe there is a clip that does the
Or maybe I just need to put the HTML text in my intro page and
manually paste the breaks each time I update.
- I just opened NoteTab Pro and was advised about the availability of
version 5.2, with a link to download it -- which I promptly did.
However, I couldn't avoid noticing that the new installer is
significantly smaller (1881 kb) than the 5.1 installer I got when I
purchased it (3080 kb). So, it apparently is an updater as opposed to a
What I would like to know is:
- do I have to keep both installer for a possible future reinstall?
- What about future versions? If/when 5.3 is released, will I have to
run three installers in sequence?
- Is there a way for us registered users to download a full, updated
A hunch is creativity trying to tell you something.
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