NotesLogExp offers to help users organize practically any bit of information into centralized location. While its design is a little boring, its simple categories are sure to help those flustered by organization.
This program is certainly not going to win any awards for its design, but this bland white screen and several entry fields are the simplest we could hope for. While we could have managed without the Help file, the insight it provided on the program's functionality made the process much smoother. We only needed to populate a new entry's many fields to start filing away information. Forms for Description, Date, Comment, Address, Phone, E-mail, Company, and Note each had a basic set of areas for us to include this data. However, the most important field was Category. Here, we selected a category from a menu of dozens, ranging from Doctor's phone, Internet Weather Links, Document Files, and more. These helped us sort and locate each item after it was entered, ensuring that we avoided an organizational mess not unlike a random stack of paper. Once information was saved, we cycled through our collection like a Rolodex. Our favorite feature, especially when we acquired a large collection of cards and information, was its ability to perform a keyword search of the entire collection.
NotesLogExp is a freeware program. The program comes as a compressed file. With its simple way of collecting and managing information, we highly recommend this program.