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GBIC >> Software >> gbTextMaster
gbTextMaster

gbTextMaster is an easy to use freeware application.

This Help page is in work!

Download (v1.0, 0K)

gbTextMaster uses a single main screen, consisting of a toolbar ...

Additionally, context menus are provided for each text source.

Feature List

gbTextMaster provides a variety of features.
  • Feature 1
  • Feature 2
  • Feature 3
  • Online Help


Using gbTextMaster

Using gbTextMaster couldn't be simpler.
  1. Step 1
  2. Step 2

That's it.


Toolbar

Most gbTextMaster features or settings are accessed through the toolbar buttons.

Button 1
Description 1 Button 2
Description 2

Settings
Pressing the Setting button will ...

Pressing the down arrow next to the Settings button will display a context menu with the following options.

Option 1
Description 1

Option 2
Description 2


Context Menu

The context menu consists of these options ...

Context Option 1
Description 1

Context Option 2
Description 2


Keyboard Shortcuts

The following key combinations are available to the user to access gbTextMaster features:

  • F1 - Help
  • F3 - Search dialog
  • Ctrl-A - Action


Files/Folders

As part of it's operation, gbTextMaster uses or creates several files/folders, as follows:

Folders
Only one subfolder is used by gbTextMaster:

folder1
folder1 deswcription

Files
These text files are created by gbTextMaster:

file 1
file1 description

file 2
file2 description


Other Comments

Misecellaneous information is provided in this section.

Sessions
When gbTextMaster starts, it restores the previous session content.

INI File
gbTextMaster application settings are saved in an INI file, kept in the same folder as the gbTextMaster application.

Comments and suggestions are welcome!