My Notes Tab

This tab allows you to do the following things:

  • use different definition as the primary definition to study this word
  • adding sample sentences and notes for this word, you can use any language for your notes
  • attach an image to represent this word

my notes tab of dictionary dialog


Change Word Definition

Click the drop down menu below the My Definition line and select a word type (part of speech) > type in the new definition > click Save button.

The new definition will be used as the primary definition for your study immediately.

Note, in this guide the most popular definition of a word is called the Default Definition.  The one used for your study is called the Primary Definition.  The two may be different.


Add Notes

Type any information in the text box, like sample sentences, usage notes, additional definitions, then click the Save button.  You can use foreign language for your notes if you prefer.

You will see your notes next time you enter the dictionary dialog for the same word, or when you choose that word in Browse function or when you are asked to spell that word in Spelling function.


Attach an Image to the Word

From Local Drive

Click the Local File button, the Open an Image File dialog box pops up > browse to the desired folder and select the image file > click Open > the image will be attached > click Save to save the image

attach image from local drive


From the Internet

Step 1. find an image and get the URL of that image.

Use any web browser to find any image you like on the internet > Right-click on that image and make the following selection on the pop up menu depending on the browser you are using:

  • Chrome:  Copy image address
  • Safari:  Copy image address
  • Firefox:  Copy image location
  • Internet Explorer:  Properties, Copy the URL address shown

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Step 2. get the image

Click the Web Site button, an Input dialog box pops up > paste the image URL to the input field > click OK > the image will be downloaded and attached to the word > click Save to save the image

input image URL


You will see the image next time you enter the dictionary dialog for the same word, or when you choose that word in Browse function.

You can attach images to as many words as you want.  Images loaded from either your local hard driver or from Internet will be resized to save storage space and fit the small rectangular area.  These images will consume very limited storage spaces in your machine.