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Diary: date stamp makes NoteTaker into a diary Of course NoteTaker is used for notes, but these users take advantage of the 100LX's special keys to enhance this application:

Diary: date stamp makes NoteTaker into a diary

I have several NoteTaker files: for office (as a replacement for my "lab notebook"), for home, and for various hobby/business activities I am engaged in.

I have moved the columns around to see the Title and Category fields, and the first eight characters of the Note field. For office use I have categories such as Administration, Decisions (made), Minutes (of meetings), Personnel (i.e. the quality of work done by a staff member, etc.), Technical Info, etc. I start each entry in the Note field by pressing (Fn) (,) to enter the date. I have the file sorted by the Note field and entering the date causes the most current entries to be displayed first.

The Title field is used to identify a particular issue, problem, project, customer, etc. I enter all follow-up conversations, information, etc., in the same Note separating them with a line of all dashes or dots. This way I end up having a dated diary of all relevant events concerning a particular subject.

For instance, I can recall exactly what we discussed and what decisions we made and when regarding a particular design issue. For design decisions in particular, this sort of detail, dated, record is necessary when/if we apply for patents.

I believe I use the NoteTaker more frequently than most other 100LX applications. While in the office, it is used almost as much as I use the Appointment application.

Siroos Afshar

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