Simple Sticky Notes
If you are looking for Simple Sticky Notes, you have come to the right place. We explain what Simple Sticky Notes is and point you to the official download.
What is Simple Sticky Notes?
Simple Sticky Notes is a program that lives up to its name. The application is a digital replacement for Post-it notes that allows users to create virtual sticky notes on their computer screen.
The notes appear much like small Post-its stuck onto the user’s desktop and come in the Post-it yellow by default. However, they can also be customized if desired through a drop-down menu. The menu allows users to select alternative colors for the note paper, such a red, blue, white, and lavender. Users can also use the menu to specify their desired transparency for the notes (they are opaque by default). And while notes can accommodate large blocks of text in a small space by the incorporation of scroll bars when text passes the edge of the note, they can also be resized to fit the text using the lower right corner of the note: users simply click and drag.
The program offers both Rich Text and Unicode support and updates automatically. Users also have an option for concealing as well as revealing all notes. Text colors can be changed for highlighting purposes as well.
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File types supported by Simple Sticky Notes
Our users primarily use Simple Sticky Notes to open these file types:
About file types supported by Simple Sticky Notes
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Last updated: : June 9, 2014