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lexiCan

Type of Program: Knowledge Manager
Supported Platforms: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista
Company Name: vetfab Software
Version: 2.0.15
Price: $49.00
Installed Size: 19 Mb

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The installation of lexiCan is easy and intuitive, you can place the program files where you want them.

When you start lexiCan for the first time you will see nothing but an empty window. It is your job to fill it..

So go to the Help file and find out how to get going. What you do is use the handy Assistant to setup a New Project. The Assistant walks you through the steps necessary to get you going, you pick out a name for the project, a place to store it, and then you have many Themes to choose from that will change the appearance of everything. Then you have two for the layout.

Once that part is done you have created a new project the Home page of your new project is shown. The bad news is that you probably still have no idea about how to actually proceed from there. The good news is that lexiCan is there to walk you through every step to get you truly going.

The real beauty of lexiCan is that it is so versatile. This is from the Help file:

lexiCan offers outstanding features to easily organize and order your knowledge:
1. Alphabetical index. All the terms that you have created are organized alphabetically.
2, Outline. You can hierarchically arrange your terms, by creating parent terms and sub terms.
3. Links. You can easily - most of the time with only one mouse click - set links in lexiCan. You can set links to:
- other terms within lexiCan
- webpages
- files

You can link to almost anything, webpages, child articles, places on your computer, images. You can use lexiCan to import Wikipedia articles.

In conclusion if you are looking for software that will organize anything and everything, plus structure and edit information look no further you have come to the right place with lexiCan.

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Reviewed by Joe Tex


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