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Is there a Note-taking app like OneNote in the works? I would pay if it had the formatting character effects and all colors available for my major project.

asked 2019-04-18 00:57:48 +0100

CarrieLynn555 gravatar image

I really love LibroOffice. I need a note-taking app that can handle the double underlining, overlining, etc., the font effects, colors for fonts and highlighting as I have to do a lot of color-coding for my project. There are about ten things I can't color-code and I need to be able to use the font effects. I was hoping there might be a note-taking app (like Microsoft OneNote) in the works, if there was one fully compatible with LO it would help a lot. Other than that, if anyone knows of a program that can handle these "extras" I would appreciate a line on where to go get it. I have 25 font colors and 25 highlight colors that I need to be able to use, preferably without having to copy them in which is a big hassle. OneNote is useless for anything other than underlining, etc. and won't even do the curly quotes. Typical Microsoft! Thanks.

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answered 2019-04-18 08:36:23 +0100

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updated 2019-04-18 09:06:25 +0100

  1. LibreOffice does not have a program similar to OneNote.

  2. I am using OneNote version 16001.11601.20066.0. You can do anything you describe with it.

  3. If you do not want to use OneNote, check the Internet for similar programs, it has nothing to do with LibreOffice.

  4. Note: If you run a project, you should use a project management program.

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