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To eliminate the big download you could use http://ebook.online-convert.com

However, I don't like the look of the pdf files produced from this - but I suppose it is possible to dress them up using some of the pdf utilities

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I have used TreePad for just this purpose for the last number of years.  I started off with TreePad Lite which is free and text only and then bought TreePad Biz which allows the use of text formatting, tables and image insertion.  It is not updated very often and is a small bit dated looking, but whilst I have tried out some of its competitors I have stayed with TreePad because of its very useful hyperlinked Table of Contents which can be quickly generated for different levels of the document.

I can export my TreePad files to MobiReader for use on my mobile phone e.g. I set up my own hyperlinked travel guides when we go on holidays.

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N.A.N.Y. 2009 / Re: NANY 2009 Emergency Release - Dad's Around
« on: July 20, 2010, 11:59 AM »
Also spotted on Portable Freeware today

http://www.portablefreeware.com/

Regards,

Martin O'Neill

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I am still using TreePad Biz after nearly 10 years as I still cannot find another notes organizer which allows me to build clickable tables of contents.  This is important for exporting my notes in html/prc format for use on my phone.

Very interesting thread.

Best wishes,
Martin

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