How to use Firefox, Chrome, Opera as a Notepad

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  1. Thanks Anand,

    Thanks for sharing a great tutorial for newbies and experienced both.

    Thanks Again

    Pankaj Jangir
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  2. Just tried it… also, you can save the text as a .txt file if you don’t want a HTML file. This is an awesome feature… you just saved me countless keystrokes by flipping between Notepad and my browser. Thanks a million!

  3. Like it. I’ve bookmarked it for quick access and I’m very grateful for your tip on this, Anand. Just one question, can you do a spell check on your content?

  4. Ziggy

    Yes, With my Firefox setup it offers automatic spell check!
    abab is underscored in this :
    hey this is great abab
    A right click on if offers a correction list!

  5. I use gmail constantly for notes and memorandums. Google used to have a file search utility which it no longer distributes, but its email search is extremely useful. So, for example, I receive an offer from the Windows Club, I can highlight and copy the offer and paste it to an email. The email will have an icon for the subject, so that is very carefully chosen by me, and then I email myself. A month later, or whenever I like, I can go back in and revive the offer by searching the subject.

  6. I use gmail constantly for notes and memorandums. Google used to have a file search utility which it no longer distributes, but its email search is extremely useful. So, for example, I receive an offer from the Windows Club, I can highlight and copy the offer and paste it to an email. The email will have an icon for the subject, so that is very carefully chosen by me, and then I email myself. A month later, or whenever I like, I can go back in and revive the offer by searching the subject.

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