EAD 101.4

May 17, 2006

(Originally posted March 28, 2006)

We left off on January 25 with you finding and runing ead2002notetab.exe. This would have unzipped the file and put a folder *eadcb* on your c:\ drive.

Use Explorer, or my Computer (sorry if you’re on a Mac you’ll have to find your own way around) to open that folder, then *readings* than *EADCookbookFor NoteTab.* It’s there in both pdf and wpd formats. [c:\eadcb\readings\EADCookbookForNoteTab.pdf]

Here you will find “Detailed Instructions.” I’ll run down highlights of the “detailed
Instructions next time.

BTW at our College Archivists Roundtable meeting last week Wendy
recommended NoteTab Pro. She said the extra features like color coding
are well worth it. I’ve just used “lite” because I’m a tight wad, but I
may have to spring for the “real thing”.

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