RightNote

RightNote



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note organizer and information manager RightNote is a personal note organizer and information manager that allows you to store, collect and organize different types of information in a password protected database. The program offers a tabbed interface that provides Text/HTML based and spreadsheet-like storage pages for your different categories. RightNote supports rich text editing, pasting of HTML code and import/export to and from various formats. Copyright Snapfiles.com

Trial Limitations: 30 day trial. Fully functional.

Product Details

Publisher Bauerapps Price $29.95
Version 4.7.0  history Last updated Sep 17, 2018
File Size 29.3 Mb Requirements .NET Framework 3

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Excellent notetaking software 5 stars by rogerrabbit Feb 18, 2018 (Read all my 18 reviews)
Excellent at what it does, which is organising notes in a clear and attractive tabbed interface, which is easily searchable. It even includes a built-in spreadsheet. There are numerous options to help with tagging and sorting notes and a large collection of icons, plus AES password protection. OneNote it's not, but then it is not meant to be. It's more traditional notetaking software and there is room for both. It's a shame upgrade protection is only 12-months, not until the next major version, but that is quite common these days. Highly recommended. show Review details
Makes your life, your computer use easier 5 stars by dugsbunny May 24, 2013 (Read all my 7 reviews)
I've been using RightNote for at least 6 months, and I regret not getting started much earlier. RightNote makes it very easy to organize and find all types of data including web bookmarks, documents, image files, PDFs, misc notes, Logon data, web links, and so much more. I looked at virtually every note app available, and Rightnote had superior features--including tabbed interface, ease to capture bookmarks (CNTRL-SHIFT-F7), and ease to edit and revise the note tree. At first RightNote can be overwhelming but it comes with 3 tabs of HELP ready to use and get you started. Since I've been using RightNote, I no longer waste time looking for stuff--and I don't "waste" time getting organized because it's easy to do with this app. The old way of simply storing files under directory folders is crude compared to using RightNote. show Review details
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