In all Windows software, most dialog boxes are modal. That means that once you open the dialog, you can’t do anything else with that program until you close the dialog. You are forced to interact with the dialog box before returning to the main software window.
Personal Knowbase’s Find dialog box is non-modal. That means that you can leave it open while doing other work with the program. You can move the dialog to the side of the screen and leave it open while doing other work in Personal Knowbase. This also applies to the related Replace dialog box.
Did you know that almost all functions in Personal Knowbase are accessible using keyboard shortcuts?
Some software users prefer doing everything with the mouse. Some users like right-click popup menus. And some prefer doing as much as possible without moving our hands off the keyboard.
You can add file or folder attachments to a Personal Knowbase article using a dialog box interface or by dragging from Windows Explorer.
Personal Knowbase, like most standard Windows applications, allows you to highlight multiple items in any list box.