Microsoft Sticky Notes For Mac

Create and manage desktop-based sticky notes. License:Shareware $7.16. Latest version:2.1.6. Report incorrect info. Attach notes to specific apps, encrypt their content, and manage multiple files for data storage and exchange. Keep detailed notes directly on the screen, place the individual items at any spot on the desktop, send them to other users of a local network, etc.

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Downloading Sticky Notes 2.1.6 for Mac from the developer's website was possible when we last checked. We cannot confirm if there is a free download of this app available.

The following versions: 2.1 and 1.5 are the most frequently downloaded ones by the program users. We recommend checking the downloaded files with any free antivirus.

This Mac application was originally designed by Random Sequence. You can set up this app on Mac OS X 10.6.0 or later.

Sticky Notes for Mac lies within Productivity Tools, more precisely General. The Sticky Notes installer is commonly called sticky_notes.1.5.0.zip or Sticky Notes.1.5.0.zip etc.

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From the developer:. With Sticky Notes you can keep notes on your computer screen, keep lists where you'll find them. Line them up - sticky notes snap to each other's edges.

Send a Sticky to the screen of a fellow user!

You may want to check out more Mac applications, such as Sticky Brainstorming, iLove Sticky Notes or Sticky Notifications, which might be related to Sticky Notes.

Modifying this control will update this page automatically. Keep notes, lists, and even pictures in sticky notes on your desktop. You see the notes whenever the Stickies app on your Mac is open. Important: If you upgraded to macOS Monterey from macOS 10.14 or earlier, follow the onscreen instructions when you first open Stickies to import any sticky notes you may have had in the Stickies widget in Dashboard.

In the Stickies app on your Mac, choose File > New Note. Your content is saved automatically. The first line of the note is shown in the title bar when you collapse the note. To add a picture or PDF, drag a file to your note. You can also use the Markup tools to crop or rotate pictures and PDF documents in your note, or to write or draw on them.

See Mark up files. To customize your note, do any of the following:. Change the note color: Choose a color from the Color menu. Change text formatting: Choose Font > Show Fonts.

Select text, then use the Fonts window to format it. Make the note semi-transparent: Choose Window > Translucent.

Keep the note in front of other windows: Choose Window > Float on Top.

Tip: If you like how you formatted and customized a note, you can use it as a default template.

Create a note

Select the note, then choose Window > Use as Default. In the Stickies app on your Mac, do any of the following:. Add a list: Press Option-Tab, enter your first item, then press Return. End a list (and add a regular paragraph): Click at the end of the last list item, then press Return twice. Increase list level: Click at the beginning of a line in the list, then press Tab.

Decrease list level: Click a line in the list, then press Shift-Tab. In the Stickies app on your Mac, choose Edit > Find > Find, then type text in the Find field.

You can also select text, then choose Edit > Find > Use Selection for Find.

To refine your search, you can:. Select the current note or all notes. Deselect Ignore Case to find text that exactly matches the capitalization of your search term.

Press Return to start the search. Click Previous or Next to move to another match. Note: You can also find and replace text. Enter the text in the Replace With field, then choose one of the Replace options. In the Stickies app on your Mac, do any of the following:. Arrange a note manually: Click the top of a note and drag the note where you want it.
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