Notebooks uses Tiny Fonts on High Resolution Screens

We are aware of this issue in high resolution displays, but you can quickly address that with a few steps: Right click the Notebooks.exe icon and select Properties from the context menu Switch to the Compatibility section Click the checkbox

Reset the Notebooks Home Folder (version 1.4, PC)

If you set Notebooks’ Home Folder to a folder on your PC which no longer exists or which is not accessible any more, you may experience crashes on startup. If you are familiar with RegEdit you could check and correct that with

How do I Migrate my Preferences and License to my New Computer?

The license file and preferences should be migrated automatically if you copy your user data over to the new computer. On a Mac, at least make sure to migrate these files and folders: ~/Library/Application Support/NotebooksMac and ~/Library/Preferences/com.aschmid.NotebooksMac.plist On a PC

How Do I Restore Data Access? (Mac, PC)

Q: I moved my notebooks data files from one folder to another folder on my computer, thereby changing the file path. Now when I launch Notebooks it gives me the ‘Welcome to Notebooks’ intro, but I can’t access the data

How Can I Export My Documents? (Mac, PC)

An export of your documents is not necessary. Notebooks stores all its data as regular files and folders inside the Notebooks Home folder, which is a directory on your hard drive (just open Notebooks’ preferences to find out which folder

View PDF Documents in Notebooks for Windows

Usually it is sufficient to install Acrobat Reader which, during installation, activates the required Active-X controls to display PDF document in a browser. This is what allows Notebooks to display PDF documents, too. – It may be necessary to log