The Notes Editor can be found in various windows in doogiePIM. Not only in the Notes section but also in the comments tab of a Contact record, an event details or a Noteboard Note Block. All the note editing functions are available to the relevant record where the editor is located. The Notes Editor can contain rich formatted text, images, tables and special objects eg: Annotations.
To aid control, insertion and processing of the rich text in the editor, there are toolbars located above and below the actual editor itself. Some windows don't show the toolbars, eg: a doNote has all the toolbars invisible. However, you can shows each toolbar in turn and even drag them to a different position. The positioning and use of the toolbars depend on how you use the editors, so the preferences are saved until next time you enter the same editor, the toolbars return to where you last positioned them.
To Show or Hide Selective Toolbars
Right Click on the editor area and choose from the context menu "View/..." then choose the toolbars or panels you wish to show or hide. A check-mark next to the item indicates if it's already visible.
If you have used out other application, TexNotes Pro, you will recognize a lot of the icon command on the toolbars. However, you should have no problem if you have used any other word processor. The formatting commands to bold, italic, underline, font style etc are typically standard on most word processors, but doogiePIM has some extra commands and the best way to find out what they do is to try them out.
An overview of the Notes Editor
By default, not all toolbars are shown, they are shown here for reference.
Notice the use of different fonts, font colours, and background colours.
Text format samples you can achieve
The Toolbars of The Notes Editor
This is the most used toolbar. It contains commands to change the font style and size of the selected text.
This is another most used toolbar. It contains commands to change the justification and indentation of paragraphs. The last two icons is undo and Redo.
This is a ruler bar that show tabulations and table cell borders. The large vertical buttons can be dragged left and right to interactively size a tables cell. Tabulators can be added and dragged also.
This toolbar, situated on the bottom of the editor, contains insertion command. Things like inserting images, tables, date and time.
Tools Panel of The Notes Editor
On the right hand side of the editor there is a Splitter Bar that can reveal an extra panel. In this area is the table properties panel and the hyperlinks list (this lists all the hyperlinks inside the document). The table properties panel is useful for editing tables so you see instant results in the editor.
See Table or Hyperlinks for more information.
Introduction to Notes