RightNote on Sale for 50% Discount

I’ve written about RightNote before and how it’s replaced OneNote. It’s a great tool for taking down notes, but it has a whole slew of features that make it far more than simple note writing tool. It’s a full featured Editor with enough formatting features to satisfy most people. You don’t need the bulk and expense of Microsoft Word, when all you want to do is write, not format. RightNote offers a very nice hierarchy view of your documents, so you can have multiple documents open at the same time and jump straight to the one you want. If you’re working with longer or multi-part documents, this is far better than the Word approach.

RightNote also has Spreadsheet functionality built in. You can make a standard spreadsheet and put in basic calculations. It might not be sophisticated enough for the boardroom, but considering most of us make simple budgets or ledgers, it’s handle the job without issue.

RightNote supports multiple tabs, formatting, tables, styles, spell-checking and protected documents. It can also save in several formats, including Microsoft Word.  It’s a great tool and goes far beyond the simple act of writing notes.

It comes in three versions, Free, Standard and Professional. At this discount price, I would opt for the Professional version at $30.

I’ve written about RightNote before and how it’s replaced OneNote. It’s a great tool for taking down notes, but it has a whole slew of features that make it far more than simple note writing tool. It’s a full featured Editor with enough formatting features to satisfy most people. You don’t need the bulk and expense of Microsoft Word, when all you want to do is write, not format. RightNote offers a very nice hierarchy view of your documents, so you can have multiple documents open at the same time and jump straight to the one you want. If you’re working with longer or multi-part documents, this is far better than the Word approach.

RightNote also has Spreadsheet functionality built in. You can make a standard spreadsheet and put in basic calculations. It might not be sophisticated enough for the boardroom, but considering most of us make simple budgets or ledgers, it’s handle the job without issue.

RightNote supports multiple tabs, formatting, tables, styles, spell-checking and protected documents. It can also save in several formats, including Microsoft Word.  It’s a great tool and goes far beyond the simple act of writing notes.

It comes in three versions, Free, Standard and Professional. At this discount price, I would opt for the Professional version at $30.

RightNote at BauerApps.com

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