ChordPad is a musician\'s tool for discovering and storing chords. A neck for guitar, mandolin, 4-string banjo, or 5-string banjo allows the user to \"fret\" the chord of interest by simply clicking on the neck. The program then determines the chord and three possible names for the chord that can be chosen. Some features include custom instrument tunings, fingering assignment, multiple capos, and 14 custom categories by which the chords can be grouped. The ChordPadViewer application was designed for viewing chords in a Plam OS ChordPad backup database.To Create a Chord Database HTML file: Select Open file the File menu, then select the ChordPad backup database dabasename.pdb file. The generated web page will display in a new window. You can also open the databasename.html files found inside the created folder with your web browser (or editor) to print or view the chords.ChordPad Viewer is the application that takes the backup dtaabase files generated by the default conduit and creates the following: A folder of with the same name as the selected database, created in the folder where the chord database that was selected is located. An image for each chord. Each chord has a unique number and looks like (a17004.png or a17004.jpg). Guitar1_JPEG.html An HTML file with the same name chorddatabasename_JPEG.html and/or chorddatabasename_PNG.html which is the file displayed when generation is complete.