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iDailyDiary

iDaily Diary - a full graphic and web compatible diary

Website - Freeware

reviewed by ClifNotes, 14 Nov 2004

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I am really impressed with this program. It works extremely well, and it's very easy to use. Another thing I really liked about it was the ability to export your diary pages to html so you can publish them on the web. This might be a really good application to store emails from your friends because you can copy and paste right from a webpage into your diary. When you minimize the diary, it goes to the system tray. When you click to bring it back up, it asks for your password. The password feature is a must with any personal diary software, and the encryption is an unexpected bonus.

 

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iDailyDiary Free Version

 

iDailyDiary provides a simple interface that immediately gets you started taking daily notes, creating a journal, putting your thoughts into writing and much more.

 

The iDailyDiary editor is "richtext" with the ability to insert graphics, URL's, Hypertext links and links to other diary pages. iDailyDiary is fully searchable so you can always track down those important dates and reminders.

 

Key Features

 

• Data files encrypted and password protected

• Richtext Editor

• Fully Searchable

• Insert Pictures, URL's and Hypertext

• Multiple "pages" for each day

• Export to HTML format to create web pages

• Supports Unicode (non-western character sets)

• Mutli-Language GUI, including Chinese, Dutch, French, German and Italian

 

http://www.splinterware.com/products/idailydiary.htm