from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A pad or tablet of usually lined paper.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A pad of paper, often bound, in which one jots down notes
- n. notebook
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a pad of paper for keeping notes
Make sure you edit them using notepad or notepad++ because dreamweaver generates some random spacing that could damage the code (or so I've heard).
Locking notepad for instance will also lock notepad++ on the system.
Diabolic Preacher: saving with default txt extension sucks. you can always associate unknown file types with notepad or notepad++ to handle files for which you forget to append filenames ...
June 30, 2009 at 9: 44 PM does anyone know a way to make strike out letters in notepad?
Given that the old site has creaked along for nine years, using code written in notepad for the most part, it's amazing that I got away with it for so long!
No longer do I have to manual edit an OPML file in notepad again! posted by redbarren at 9: 28 AM
Umm – I just paste it into notepad first; the text loses all of it’s formatting in notepad; then I select all, and cut and paste into Word.
He said he had a pen from a Nato summit in October and a notepad from the Latvian parliament.
My idea organizer is called notepad, it has all the features i need plus the awesome ability to actually save it in files that i can attach to emails and hence allow them to exist online.
But the notepad was a stage prop; there's no menu, and the fixed-priced dinner consists solely of what looked good in the market that day.
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