Title bar

At some time, not too long ago, the Title Bar of my NoteTab Pro up-to-date version began to show "NoteTab Pro (Acc)" instead of just "NoteTab Pro." Any idea why this is? Is it important?


  • Hi Peter, 

    If (Acc) is showing in the title bar, it means that Accessibility Mode was turned on. 

    NoteTab will detect whether Windows is set to High Contrast mode and whether a screen reader is running. In these situations, NoteTab starts up in a special Accessibility Mode and the "(Acc)" appears in the NoteTab Pro title bar. 

    For more information on Accessibility mode, click on "Help" then "Help Topics" and search for Accessibility. 

    Thanks for posting on the forum. 

    Best Regards, 


  • Hi Josh

    thanks for your reply. I don't remember turning Accessibility mode on in Windows and there's no sign that it's on now, yet NoteTab Pro 7 opens in (Acc) every time. Is there a way to force it back to normal? I can do it from a command prompt by typing
    c:\Program Files (x86)\NoteTab 7\NotePro.exe /acc=off

    there, but I hope there's an easier way that involves a shortcut on the desktop. When I try to edit the shortcut to add the command prompt flag, that gets rejected.



  • Hi Peter, 

    Thanks for the information. 

    If you run NoteTab Pro using the command prompt with /acc=off, it should turn it off. Does it continue to open in "Accessibility mode" even after using the /acc=off command?

    If so, you should be able to add the command prompt in the "Target:" section of the shortcut like this: 

    My full "Target" path looks like this: "C:\Program Files (x86)\NoteTab 7\NotePro.exe" /acc=off

    I hope this helps and let me know. 

  • Yes, that works. Thanks! I didn't realize before that the command flag has to be outside the quotation marks in the Target field.

  • Hi Peter, 

    Great to hear and happy to have been able to help you out. 

    Have a great rest of your day!

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