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Name MyNotex
Short description MyNotex is a notetaking software allowing to create formatted textual notes with a title, a date, tags and zipped attachments. Content can be imported from an OpenOffice.org Writer document and exported in HTML. The interface is translatable and already available in a few languages. MyNotex can search within existing notes and offers the possibility to synchronize two different MyNotex' files.
Full description MyNotex is a notetaking software allowing to create formatted textual notes with a title, a date, tags and zipped attachments. Content can be imported from an OpenOffice.org Writer document and exported in HTML. The interface is translatable and already available in a few languages. MyNotex can search within existing notes and offers the possibility to synchronize two different MyNotex' files.
Homepage URL https://sites.google.com/site/mynotex/
Is GNU No
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