A text editing program makes work simpler and safer. It helps to organize the work in an easy-to-find way and prevents lost material. The software will save you time.
This probably has happened to you: on some email correspondence or blog comment, you spend time composing and putting down your thoughts in exactly the way that you want. You hit “send” or “post” and something (or nothing) happens. If the browser crashes, then all that hard work is gone — lost! Computer crashes do not happen at convenient times. If you use a text editor, all you would do is go back to the text editor and just copy your work again. Then you can try to paste it in the email or blog a second time — without having to re-think and re-do the whole process again. A good text editor makes it easy to save all that work.
The text editor that we like to recommend is from Eric Fookes. It’s NoteTab. It is an award winning program from a long time supporter of Lockergnome. The program is very familiar to us because many Gnomies have used it for years. NoteTab has been available since 1998, so it has a great proven history. NoteTab is recognized as one of the very best text and HTML editors available.
Just an example of how versatile NoteTab is, one long-time NoteTab user we know likes using the multiple text document feature. Think of it as a text editor with a tabbed browsing feature. People are truly loyal to this program and they would not be without their NoteTab. Some additional features are:
… it easily handles a stack of huge files; lets you format text to your heart’s content; does system-wide searches, and multi-line global replacements. It even corrects your spelling mistakes. Build document templates, add bookmarks, convert text to HTML on-the-fly, and take charge of your code. Use a simple, power-packed scripting language to create anything from a text macro to a mini-application.
This is a “must-have” program for the students out there. This will help you organize your term papers, lecture notes, and library research. This will help in pulling material together in an easy, simple, efficient manner. You know that even after a few weeks of this new school term, the material is becoming overwhelming. And if you are not the most organized person with your text material, this definitely will help.
There are really too many features to this program to mention adequately. NoteTab is easy to use as soon as you install it. However, as you work more with the program, you will see how clever it is. Eric Fookes really has done a superb job with NoteTab.
Eric is allowing our readers a special, time-limited discount on his program for ten dollars off!
This offer expires on January 27, 2010. NoteTab can be used on all Windows versions, as well as OS X / Linux in conjunction with Wine. There are no problems using it with Windows 7. Not only do we have Eric’s reassurance, but we are using it on a Windows 7 machine right now.
If you are doing text work, your editor should really be a tool that makes your work easy. NoteTab is an efficient, reliable program, and you’ll want this program on all of your computers. It is that good; and, with Eric’s discount for our readers, it really is a huge bargain.