Keep a personal journal on your computer

ItsPersonal is a journal for Windows users. It features an attractive, intuitive interface; an unlimited number of days for entries; the ability to print any or all pages; search and replace capabilities; and a spell checker. For your security, password protection is an added option. This program also supports large fonts. You can also add family photos and images in BMP, DIB, JPEG, JIF, PCX, RLE, and TGA formats, or you can add any of hundreds of colorful icons to spice up your entries. For more detailed program information, program requirements and screen shots, please click here.

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Features:

  • add family photos and images.
  • add any of hundreds of colorful icons.
  • quickly select and insert symbols from the many symbol fonts installed on your computer.
  • export any or all of your diary entries in Rich Text Format (RTF) for use in your word processing or other Windows programs.
  • password protect your personal diary.
  • Cut, Copy, and Paste to and from other Windows documents.
  • spell-check your work.
  • search for any word or phrase throughout the diary.
  • print all or part of your diary.

Try before you buy:

You can download a fully functional copy which you can use for 30-days free of charge. Please click here to go to the downloads page.

Purchase:

Bonus: When you purchase ItsPersonal, you will receive over 700 additional icons for animals & birds, arrows, books, cameras, clothing, drawing, earth, eyes, food, holiday & party, insects, money, music, notebooks, phones, plants, reminders, reptiles & amphibians, showbiz, smilies, spheres, sports & recreation, symbols, time, and textures.

Customer Comments

“I have been using the ItsPersonal Diary for three days now and just love it. It’s great to get your thoughts down where no one else can see or read it. I’m so thankful for the password protect. This way I can freely voice my concerns in a program without offending anyone, and it helps me see what area I must work on in my personal life.”