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NotesToday for Pocket PC review
Posted on 17-Feb-2004 22:04 | Tags Filed under: Software


NotesToday for Pocket PC review
NotesToday is a cool little Today Screen plug-in that is like having a sticky note on your desktop. The application provides an area on your Today Screen for jotting a quick note or doodle. PDACorps has publised a review of this software for Windows Mobile Pocket PC:

"NotesToday from enVision Software is a cool little Today Screen plug-in (37k for the dll in the windows folder) that is like having a sticky note on your desktop. The application provides an area on your Today Screen for jotting a quick note or doodle. The writing area can be adjusted to any height between 70 and 230 pixels high. There’s a handy button for collapsing the window to a single line for when you’re not using it or would rather see information from your other plug-ins. You are allowed a maximum of seven separate notes which can be stored in any folder of your choice, main memory or storage card. The notes are stored as bmp files."


More information: http://www.pdacorps.com/default.asp?key=pages...




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