Fast and powerful replacement for MS Word. Supports rich text formatting, tables, styles, bookmarks, pictures and shapes, spell checker, split view, and Unicode.
Printing and print preview.
Export to PDF.
Rich text styles.
Support for Unicode.
Pictures and shapes.
Spell as you type.
If you need to create or edit text files and want something with more options than the default WordPad that comes with Windows but don't need the complexity of a full-fledged and expensive word-processors, check out NotePro. Although it has many powerful features typically found in a word-processor, it's very simple to use.
NotePro handles standard text files, and also creates and saves Rich Text Format, Word doc and docx, Adobe PDF, Windows Write, and HTML files used by Microsoft Word and other word-processors. You can have multiple documents open at one time and split documents into two parts.
Other options include complete control over text appearance. Control the font size and attributes, and also use colored text, including background fills. Quickly increase or decrease text size, add super- or subscript text, edit headers and footers. Create numbered or bulleted lists, insert pictures and bookmarks.
NotePro is easy-to-use, and provides plenty of features. In a fairly small package it incorporates nearly all of the most-used features of a word-processor without having to learn how to use one; in fact, if you use a word-processor frequently, you might find yourself using NotePro instead for many documents.
This attractive editor has taken the place of both my WordPad and MS Word on my computer. As a multi-document editor it's easy to understand and use for even the novice who doesn't want to be intimidated by all the fancy buttons and gadgets of a bigger editor, yet still powerful enough editor to create attractive rich text documents.
With extras like inclusion of a Calculator and Clipboard, to the usuals expected in MS Word with font choice, size & color, this neat little program can sit quietly in your system tray ready for a quick click whenever you come across something you just have to have at a moment's notice.
Copy/paste makes easy and attractive documents with supports for full text formatting, styles, URL recognition and bookmarking.
If you want more than your ordinary Window's WordPad, NotePro deserves to be checked out.
NotePro is a text editing tool that combines the simplicity of a notepad and the power of a word processor. This new tool makes it very simple to create and edit standard text files.
As compared to the regular notepad and word pad this program has many more features. This software comes with a very simple and attractive interface. Everything you would need is already there on the ‘button bar’. This software can not only handle standard text files but also create and save Rich Text Format, Word, Windows Write, and HTML files used by Microsoft Word and other word processors. The performance of this software is similar to a standard word processor. It can support any true type font from your system. You can also edit and format the appearance of the text to suit your style. The software also has spelling checker, calculator, and character map. If you are scared of the complexity of the word processor and find the other tools’ lacking the necessary features then NotePro is just right for you. With so many features and simple design it is a sure winner.
NotePro is a text editor, which sits somewhere between WordPad (the editor bundled with Windows) and full blown word processor.
Taking WordPad as the yardstick, I'll run through some of the features NotePro has. The first obvious inclusion - and a god send if your typing is much like mine - is a spell checker and thesaurus. The default language is American English, but additional languages (English, technical English, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian and Portuguese) are available from the Crystal Office website.
The interface has all the modern features, like XP style menus and adjustable toolbars, and drag and drop editing. NotePro can also open multiple documents, and one of the toolbars allows you to select between documents, in a similar way to the taskbar in Windows allows you swap between running programs. This makes swapping between files a lot quicker than having to use the Window menu. Another nice feature is the option to have fonts displayed in the font selection drop down. NotePro can be edit plain text, rich text, Microsoft Word, Windows Write and HTML documents. In the registered version of the program, documents can also have objects and pictures added into them, so you want to brighten up your work, you can.
Three unusual features in a program in this price range are calculator and table features. The tables created are limited in the fact that you can have columns with different numbers of rows. However, if you just want to help format text, then they're a welcome addition.
All in all, NotePro is one of the best editors I've seen. It's packed full of features, is simple to use, fast in operation and well worth the asking price. If you want something that's better than WordPad but doesn't have the cost of Word, than I'd recommend you give NotePro a trial.
Imagine Notepad on steroids, and you'll find NotePro. What a nifty little tool! I actually used the software to write this review, instead of my usual Notepad.
NotePro gives you a lot of functionality you would normally find in a full-featured word processor like MS Word, including paragraph and text formatting, embedded hyperlinks, tables, bullets/numbering, spell checking and help files. I especially liked the ability to create and tile multiple windows, the Table Insert function, the Spell Checker and Thesaurus. I also thought it was handy that the Time/Date stamp gives you a choice of date formatting. To be honest, I didn't see the point of having a built-in calculator, until I noticed that you can Paste the results from the calculator to the file you're editing.
Using NotePro for sometime now, I can only say that this program is just a pleasure to work with, comparing it to other editors I always returned using NotePro, as a result, NotePro is the only editor I use.
I have been using NotePro continuously since I downloaded the trial version. It is the best software that I have found in the past 11 years. You should be very proud of the performance of NotePro.
I load NotePro in seconds and use it instead of bulky word processors. Great for letters, memos, opening files, and converting back and forth among text, RTF, and HTML formats with ease and accuracy.
For quick notes, NotePro is awesome. I absolutely hate Notepad's simplicity and pulling up MS Office or OpenOffice to just jot important notes. This is a keeper for sure!
I am pleased with the use and results of NotePro on my computer. It is much better than WordPad and well worth the improved capabilities.