please check the following option in your TextMaker: Tools > Options ... > Files > Opening > Recently used files in File menu: (as example 4). If you started the TextMaker please open the menu: Files. On the bottom of the menu you can find your last four documents.
Thank you for answering but that isn't what I am trying to do. Let me try again.
In other word processors I have the option to start the application with the document(s) I had open - at the time I closed it - already loaded. Let's say I was using Atlantis Word Processor this morning and I had these files open: Document One, Document Six, and Document Thirty-five. Then, I shut down the program. In the afternoon, when I want to go back to work, I can open Atlantis and those very files would load with it. Very easy. I don't have to look for recently opened files - that isn't the same at all.
Yesterday I was using TextMaker with three files I was editing open at the same time. While I worked on those three files, I opened and closed a multitude of other documents. When I open TextMaker today, I will have to dig around for the three files I want to use.
I guess the answer to my question is: No. There is no option in Textmaker to save workspace or load with any files open.