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Old 10-10-2007, 07:24 AM   #11
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For a long time now I have used NoteTab Pro
I downloaded the light version. If this is light, what is their concept of heavy?? I shouldn’t try the other versions, or they might weigh me down.


How long did it take you to learn this program?? Looks like it automatically converts html to xhtml. But with all the countless features, I couldn’t find how to change the font for html or color code the tags.


Note Tab Pro looks like a very nice program, indeed, but Xint has just so many features of what is used most for fast editing, and I like that a lot. Still, this Note Tab appears to be well worth reviewing.



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