Re: [Clip] Managing Outline Contents
Read the readme otl that comes with notetab below is the bottom of one page
I think this is what you are after.
* To jump to a specific line number in a document, the format of the
hyperlink is similar to the search criteria. You use the line number instead
of the search text and use the parameter "L" so that NoteTab knows it is the
line number you want and not text to search. For example, [readme.txt::5^L]
will display the Readme.txt file with the cursor at the beginning of the 5th
line. If you specify "-1", the cursor will be placed on the last line:
* URLs are also valid. However, if the link does not start with the typical
"www.", then you must fully qualify the URL (add "http://", or "ftp://",
etc.). The following will connect to the NoteTab site through your default
web browser [www.notetab.ch]. Hold the Alt key down if you want to open the
link in a new web browser window (this feature may not work with all
THANKYOU DAVE M
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steven J. Aves" <tai@...>
Sent: Friday, April 21, 2006 10:48 PM
Subject: [Clip] Managing Outline Contents
>I use Notetab's outline function quite extensively in my work. I'm a
> travel agent and I keep all of my current work notes, web clippings,
> etc in an outline.
> The Outline clip is quite helpful, but there are two functions I would
> like to have:
> 1. Permanent bookmarks. Is there a way to bookmark and save them with
> the file?
> 2. Extract selected outline documents. I need to archive completed
> documents and have not found a way to select the ones I want, extract
> them to another outline file, then delete them from the work file.
> Any tips or clips would be greatly appreciated.
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