Every file in Windows has a file type, also called a file extension. If you double-click directly on a file name in Windows Explorer, Windows uses that file type to decide what program to launch to read that file. The program associated with the file type is the file type association.
For example, the file type JPG is usually associated with your graphics editing software. So clicking on the name of a JPG file should launch your graphics software with that file already opened.
Whether you’re an ardent chef, you’re gathering together all your extended family’s recipes, you’re studying mixology, or you just bake occasionally for holidays, Personal Knowbase provides a natural and flexible way to organize your recipes. Collect all your recipes in one place where you can access them on your computer, print them, or export them to text files.
Here are some ideas for setting up a PK data file for your recipes.
If you use Personal Knowbase to keep track of contacts, try inserting each person’s email addresses in the Attachments field to create a quick email address book.
You can add file or folder attachments to a Personal Knowbase article using a dialog box interface or by dragging from Windows Explorer.