A graphics window, mouse-based, easy to use editor reminiscent of the Macintosh. Useful for most simple editing tasks.
In the OfficeVision program, a storage area for commonly used text that is copied from a portion of an existing document or documents. The text from a notepad can be inserted into a document.
Notepad is the 'bare-bones' text-editor that comes with the Windows operating system. You can use this to write (amongst others) HTML files.
Text editor found on Windows computers. Notepad saves files in a simple text format with a .txt extension. To the Top O Section Objects: An object is a concept in programming. Objects represent something real, like a circle, or a clock, or any other real world object. Objects are made "real" by the programmer in the form of a class. (See Classes) Classes can be used over and over again. For example, if you have a "circle class," you have a circle object. Every time you use your circle class you create another instance of the circle object.
a text editor, it can be used to check out small .map files, .log files, and some other text files. Standing joke: "Notepad is my favorite map editor." This is impossible for all but the smallest maps.
A simple text editor found in Win95/NT and windows 3.1. Find it under Start/Accessories/ Notepad in Win95/NT and under Program Manager/Accessories/Notepad in Windows 3.1. Back to main
A basic text editor that is installed on your computer. Find Notepad on your computer at StartProgramsAccessoriesNotepad.
is a Windows program normally used as a text editor. Notepad (if it's installed) can be opened by clicking on Start Programs Accessories Notepad. Some scripts require being edited with a text editor.
a simple word processor which come with Windows. See WordPad.
Notepad is a simple text editor included with all versions of Microsoft Windows since version 1.0 in 1985.