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What they say
“Do you have lots of sticky notes lying around with various useful information jotted down? Or many lists of books, movies, website logins, personal contacts, or things to do? Can you find them when you need them? Well, I often couldn’t. So here’s my answer.
Some would call TreeLine an Outliner, others would call it a PIM. Basically, it just stores almost any kind of information. A tree structure makes it easy to keep things organized. And each node in the tree can contain several fields, forming a mini-database. The output format for each node can be defined, and the output can be shown on the screen, printed, or exported to htm.
- Stores almost any type of information, including plain text, HTML, numbers, dates, times, booleans, URLs, etc.
- The tree structure helps keep things organized.
- Each node can have several fields that form a mini-database.
- Several node types, with different sets of fields, can be included in one file.
- The node format, including fields, output lines and tree-view icon, can be defined for each node type.”
Handles node types structured with fields. Reading much of this documentation  is highly recommended in order to learn to use it effectively.
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Price: Free | Status: Current | Date added: 2011-01-31