NoteTab is a leading text and HTML editor. Winner of software industry awards since 1998, this application does it all: 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.
Pro version add additional features including a thesaurus, multilingual spell checker, text-outline file editing, customizable keyboard shortcuts, and the creation of toolbar buttons to execute custom scripts and wizards. NoteTab Pro offers multi-level undo and redo commands, accelerated text processing, and highlighted URLs and HTML tags, making it an ideal tool for advanced users, web developers, and programmers.
NoteTab allow multiple files to be opened simultaneously in the tabbed interface that also includes a fully configurable toolbar with over 90 commands. Search and replace functions allow processing of all open documents or specified disk folders, and text copied from other applications to the Windows Clipboard can be automatically pasted in a chosen NoteTab document. NoteTab also has its own scripting language that enables the creation of custom text-processing tools. A large number of ready-made scripts are already included in the program, and many more have been made available by other NoteTab users on our Clip Resources page. Examples of included scripts include measurement and currency conversion, calculation of mortgage rates and the future value of deposits, stripping HTML tags from files, and encrypted password storage.
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.
If your text contains an Internet link, holding the Control key down and double-clicking on the link will open it in your default Web browser. Also hold the Ctrl key down if you want to open a link in a new Web browser window (this feature may not work with all browsers). If this feature does not work, you will have to fill in the path and file name of your browser in the "Options | Internet | Default Browser" field. If the editor cannot resolve the URL from the text you double-clicked, it will open a dialog box so you can complete the address if necessary.
NoteTab also supports links between documents, Outline headings, and even words within a document. These types of links are referred to as "Hyperlinks".
Hyperlinks must be placed between square brackets "". You can jump to a hyperlink topic by holding down the Control (or Ctrl) key while you double-click on the text between the brackets. Or, if you prefer, place the cursor anywhere between the brackets and press Ctrl+H to go to the matching topic. If you set the menu option "Tools | Quick Open Links", you do not need to hold down the Control key when clicking on a hyperlink.
Hyperlinks can be inserted in any kind of document. They can represent a heading in the active Outline document, or another Outline document, or the name of a file, or an Internet link, or a program to launch, or a line number, or a text search criteria. Character case is not important unless you use the search criteria feature with case sensitivity enabled.
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