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If you are looking for NotePro, you have come to the right place. We explain what NotePro is and point you to the official download.

What is NotePro?

NotePro is a text editor from Crystal Office that is built to offer similar text editing capabilities to today’s professional text editors but without sacrificing ease of use and cleanliness of interface in exchange for its more advanced functions. Examples of file formats the program can use in exporting and document creation are RTF, PDF, HTML, Windows Write, and Word. It has Unicode support, so users can have even non-alphabetic characters in their documents.

The program also allows users broad control over the appearance of their text files. This means that users can choose the font they want to use, choose its size, decide whether to render it in bold or italic format (or even strikethrough or underlined), and even select what color it shows up as. Custom text styles are also available.

Users can open more than one document at a time with the program if document comparison is a must for their work. It also supports document printing and previews and has a portable edition. It supports the use of tables in documents as well as the insertion of images, and sports an internal spell-checking feature.

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File types supported by NotePro

Our users primarily use NotePro to open these file types:

About file types supported by NotePro

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Last updated: : September 25, 2014