¦ªºH C:\WHIZ\WHIZNOTE.WZN An example of a "WhizNote" folder æî ~ R ¨÷ An example of a "topic" e ant e name to topics An example of a "topic"þ ~ R ¨÷ .m ÿ You are looking at a "topic" window. Please look at the gray window which appears behind this topic. The gray window is the parent of this topic and is called a "WhizNote". A WhizNote is a folder that contains many topics like this one. Look at the list of topics to see what other topics are present. You can open another topic by double-clicking on the topic name. Please open and look at the rest of the topics.
% You do not have to remember filenamesþ l Êö Õ 4 ÿ®With WhizNotes, you can record any of your spontaneous ideas into topics like these. You can put the related topics in one WhizNote file. You can have more than one WhizNote files and topics open at the same time. This helps you organize your random information quickly without having to remember file names. All you need to remember is that there is such a WhizNote file that keeps all your topics related to that subject.
. Ability to give any descriptive name to topicsþ º ^ ÷ ° ÿmThis ability to give any descriptive name to a topic, and the grouping of topics into a WhizNote file, can be put to hundreds of different uses limited only by your imagination. For example, you can use WhizNotes to do your research and to prepare the first draft of a document. Or, you can use it to take down notes during a lecture, a meeting, a conference,...
Online help is very importantþ i , +Ç ÿ<The online help is the best place to get started. Online help contains numerous details on WhizNotes' capabilities . You are advised to look at the online help on a continuing basis.
Now see, how you can jump from topic to topic by using jump statements. The following jump statement was inserted by selecting the topic "How to use Online help" in the WhizNote window and dragging and dropping it onto this topic. Double-click anywhere on this jump statement to see what happens: [~JUMP How to use Online help]. It will open the topic indicated in the jump statement.
How to use Online helpþ r W ÿSelect help menu to see the choices for online help. If you have used WhizNotes before, you may look at the "New features".
If you are new to WhizNotes, look at "Introduction" and "Quick start tutorial". You may select help contents to get a list of the available help topics. You can also search help for a keyword. For example, to see all the topics related to "Drag & Drop", search for this keyword using the help menu.
When you have used WhizNotes for some time, you may want to look at the help topic "Tips for the power user".
7 WhizNotes now supports context-sensitive help for menusþ B B
p 0 8 ÿ To get help for a menu item, just select it and press F1, keeping the mouse button pressed. A help window will come up to show you help for that menu item.
( WhizNotes is a help authoring system tooþ [ äß ! ÿ@If you have the help compiler, please follow the steps outlined in help topic "Quick Start Tutorial" to get a quick demonstration of help generation using the sample WZN file provided with WhizNotes.
If you don't have the help compiler, please see help topic "Basics of help generation" to see how you can get one.
Close the parent WhizNoteþ B B 1 T a ÿd You may now close the parent WhizNote window. All the topic windows will be closed, automatically.