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What is a good note taking software for a Macbook?

Hello friends,

I am looking for a good note taking software other than Microsoft Word to take notes on. I want to be able to manage notes for different classes with this program. Any suggestion would be appreciated!

Thanks in advance,
Tony

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I went old school.

And put my notes in folders for each class. Are you thinking that the apps need to support more than folders or rather offer a way to organize your files for you?
Bob

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Pages

If you have a recent macbook with the App store I would recommend Pages. It is $20. I have used it and it works well. I would recommend making a school folder. Then add inside that folder other folders for each subject. If you need to add folders under a subject in chapters or sections.

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