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EZNote

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#1
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EZNote21.sit_.bin (590.00 KB)
MD5: a7e92fb4905147ca4bdfbf39d77d3257
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
#2
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EZNote151.sit_.bin (374.13 KB)
MD5: 3dc0a701d18f2f55230c484f5bd0ea44
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
Emulation
This app works with: SheepShaver,

From the documentation:

Have you ever needed to quickly jot down a note and easily find it later? While Web browsing, have you ever wanted to copy text selections for later reading, without copying and pasting between applications or saving the text to a file? EZNote accomplishes these tasks and more at the touch of a key or a click of a mouse--without having to leave the application you are in!

Download 1 is EZNote 2.1, which is the final version of the program.
Download 2 is EZNote 1.51, an older version that goes in the Control Panel, opposed to being a standalone application.

Registration information:

Name: Inpher
Copies: 666
s/n: 11322-3996-0614

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC

Comments

Veneteaou's picture
by Veneteaou - 2016, May 14 - 10:46am

I do some creative writing, and EZNote is the best organized writer I've found. Simple and straightforward. Notes can be opened in SimpleText and other text programs if you want to do something different with them. And they can get large - supposedly as large as your RAM can handle text files being. It's also snappy.

If you like to organize random information, or if you write in a way that requires structure (or wish OS9 had a YWriter or a Scrivner), then EZNote is probably where you want to start. If you are looking for an address book or calender type program, or need something that is multi-faceted to deal with many different kinds of information, then I recommend using Entourage which is an excellent information/communication management system.

vintagegeek's picture
by vintagegeek - 2014, July 17 - 6:26pm
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Nice. I just added a picture of a Note I created with version 2.1. It has Various Font features and also imported a picture (.pict) file. Running on OS9.