NotePro NotePro 4.73 for Windows

by Crystal Office Systems

Avg. Rating 4.2 (43 votes)

File Details

File Size 11.2 MB
License Shareware, $19.95
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 3,135
Publisher Crystal Office Systems
Homepage NotePro

Publisher's Description

NotePro is a multi-document replacement for the standard Windows WordPad editor. It supports full text formatting, URL detection, Minimize To Tray feature. It has Bookmark features and built-in calculator.

Latest Reviews

MazovGosha

MazovGosha reviewed v3.83 on Sep 20, 2011

For memos use the Aml Pages notes manager.

zridling

zridling reviewed v3.4 on Jul 11, 2005

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.

pjafrombbay

pjafrombbay reviewed v3.3 on Mar 31, 2005

I agree with the other reviews on this page. NotePro is a very nice little simple word processor. It has all the normal formatting options one needs; styles would be nice but for $17 what do you expect.

Even the way it turns text files into HTML is not bad, it uses 's for existing paragraphs and seems to handle number and dot point lists corectly. Very neat.

zridling

zridling reviewed v3.3 on Jan 7, 2005

Another solid update for this feature-rich and simple word processor that defines the small, fast app that users crave.

zridling

zridling reviewed v3.2 on Sep 16, 2004

For what it is, this little word processor is very handy; that is, it handles .rtf, .doc, and .txt files with impressive dexterity. More complex formatting options are added in this release and for those wanting format flexibility and simple power, take a second look at NotePro.

zridling

zridling reviewed v3.0 on Jan 19, 2004

I can't imagine who would be using a WordPad replacement as an actual word processor over just copying and pasting certain blocks of formatted text now and then. For a little more, your money would be much better spent with a full-fledged word processor titled "TextMaker" from SoftMaker (www.softmaker.de/tmw_en.htm) which provides not only a clean user interface, but is superfast and does 90% of what Word itself does. For what it is, though NotePro is very good and for the $19, you're getting your money's worth; and it's definitely better than WordPad! The only reason I would not recommend TextShield is that it runs on lots of extra dlls and is no longer developed.

bobad

bobad reviewed v1.4 on Mar 18, 2001

Nice program! It has a quick, light feel. The nag screen prevents one from getting a true feel for how snappy the program is. I suggest the author move the nag screen to exit. The tool bars are clean and well-thought out, and everything feels just right. There's a Freeware progam called "Text Shield" that I rate a "5". It's not as light and snappy as NotePro, but it has more features...and is F-R-E-E.

Avg. Rating 4.2 (43 votes)
Your Rating
MazovGosha

MazovGosha reviewed v3.83 on Sep 20, 2011

For memos use the Aml Pages notes manager.

zridling

zridling reviewed v3.4 on Jul 11, 2005

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.

pjafrombbay

pjafrombbay reviewed v3.3 on Mar 31, 2005

I agree with the other reviews on this page. NotePro is a very nice little simple word processor. It has all the normal formatting options one needs; styles would be nice but for $17 what do you expect.

Even the way it turns text files into HTML is not bad, it uses 's for existing paragraphs and seems to handle number and dot point lists corectly. Very neat.

zridling

zridling reviewed v3.3 on Jan 7, 2005

Another solid update for this feature-rich and simple word processor that defines the small, fast app that users crave.

zridling

zridling reviewed v3.2 on Sep 16, 2004

For what it is, this little word processor is very handy; that is, it handles .rtf, .doc, and .txt files with impressive dexterity. More complex formatting options are added in this release and for those wanting format flexibility and simple power, take a second look at NotePro.

zridling

zridling reviewed v3.0 on Jan 19, 2004

I can't imagine who would be using a WordPad replacement as an actual word processor over just copying and pasting certain blocks of formatted text now and then. For a little more, your money would be much better spent with a full-fledged word processor titled "TextMaker" from SoftMaker (www.softmaker.de/tmw_en.htm) which provides not only a clean user interface, but is superfast and does 90% of what Word itself does. For what it is, though NotePro is very good and for the $19, you're getting your money's worth; and it's definitely better than WordPad! The only reason I would not recommend TextShield is that it runs on lots of extra dlls and is no longer developed.

bobad

bobad reviewed v1.4 on Mar 18, 2001

Nice program! It has a quick, light feel. The nag screen prevents one from getting a true feel for how snappy the program is. I suggest the author move the nag screen to exit. The tool bars are clean and well-thought out, and everything feels just right. There's a Freeware progam called "Text Shield" that I rate a "5". It's not as light and snappy as NotePro, but it has more features...and is F-R-E-E.

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