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This shot shows most of the elements of DeskPaper, with both hand drawn and typewritten notes, as well as a recording being made.
Each page in a notebook can use a different type of paper, ranging from traditional white notebook paper or yellow legal pad to graph paper and a blank sheet
Bookmarks can be a useful tool in allowing users to jump through a large notebook to find notes for a certain date or time.
The pen editor lets you choose the color, size, brightness and opacity of the pen that you're using to write or draw.
The desktop surface seen here is the initial screen displayed in DeskPaper. The different notebooks can all display different colors.
The whiteboard "notebook" lets you connect the app to a PC Projector for group collaboration.
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