Organizing Your Notes Just Got Easier
Here's a neat and tidy software that can help in organizing your thoughts as they day races by, eliminating the problem of finding the notes you know are somewhere on your hard drive. Save all that time spent looking for bank account numbers, PINs, addresses and phone numbers. Now it is cheap and easy to store all your notes, to-do lists, memos and business data in one organized place, so you can find them quickly when you need them. Along with logging your daily activities, so you can effectively track how you use your time.

Here it is, AlfaPad Notes Organizer. It uses an intuitive, double-paned Explorer-like interface to allow hierarchical storage of information. A graphical hierarchical display of your documents (branches and items) appears on the left, while a text viewing/editing window is displayed on the right. Branches and items can be re-arranged via drag and drop. Great for taking notes on a project as it progresses. Useful for preparing memos. Also writers can outline a whole storyline.

Real easy to use, a toolbar that lets you access most functions with a single click, you got a keyword search function that lets you locate your notes, even if you don't remember where you filed them. Security is provided by password protection, so your private notes will remain private. Multiple database support, so you can create separate organizers for each family member, business colleague, or project. If need be you can make your notes will look just the way you want them via font customization and text alignment commands. You can even export those notes to your website.

AlfaPad Notes Organizer supports global search, tagging, flagging and coloring items, snippets (reusable pieces of content - quick templates), auto-save and auto-backup, export to HTML, PDF, RTF and MDB (MS Access).

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Price - $39.95 USD

File Size - 6.5 MB,

Works with Windows 8,

7, Vista and XP

I love this program... I write stories and this is the best program I have found for it. I can't say enough about it. Audria Irene Brown