Re: [NH] HTML Text Editors
- M wrote:
> I think Axel may have missed something. The first thing I wouldI mayx not have been clear enough, but just that was implicit in my "the
> ask you is what do you want a text editor for?
big change is
not how to do things but what to do."
> a word processor [...] is used for correspondance, writing thatNot necessarily. As I write formatted text using LaTeX, the tool of
> novel and similar activities while the text editor is used for
> writing web pages, computer programs and the like.
choice still is Notetab.
- Hi Cole,
Just to let you know there's a big "How To..." section in NoteTab's help
file that you may find helpful. Just press F1 to open the help file.
If you prefer a printable version you can download it from:
The "How To" section starts on page 40.
Julian - Fookes Software Help Desk
On Sat, Dec 15, 2012 at 9:17 PM, cmark50 <cms@...> wrote:
> Hello –
> It seems that my biggest problem is that I do not have a good working
> handle on how to use a text editor. Note Tab Pro was referred to me as
> being a really nice editor, but once again, I don't know how to use all of
> the features. Heck, I don't know how to use any of them. Are there any
> videos somewhere that explain each of the features? Would love a tip on
> how to educate myself on the proper use of NTP.
> It can be a real drag sometimes, but I'm a visual and audio driven person.
> Does anyone know where there are videos on NTP, or have some additional
> Fookes Software: http://www.fookes.com/
> NoteTab website: http://www.notetab.com/
> NoteTab Discussion Lists: http://www.notetab.com/groups.php
> Yahoo! Groups Links
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