Before deleting do a Backup of the notes table by running
Select * into [Notes_Backup] from NOTES
delete from Notes
The 2 queries have to be run within Sql Server Management Studio.
You can't set second Tab of Notes but you may be able to create a Dashboard of the backedup Notes table.
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Shaul's response is spot on, if you want to blank out ALL notes in your GoldMine.
With reference to your statement of: Need to start fresh notes of specific contacts
Then you might want to add a WHERE clause to both of his suggested statements. After "from NOTES" in each case, you might say:
...from NOTES where accountno in ('aaa','bbb','ccc')
where aaa, bbb, ccc and so on, are the accountnos of the records you wish to BLANK OUT the Notes tab on.
Or, you might leave this off the "SELECT * INTO" statement, just to backup ALL NOTES, but then INCLUDE the WHERE clause, as needed, on the DELETE statement to truly BLANK out the notes for ONLY certain contact records.
Hope this feedback helps.