I do a lot of research. Sometimes the project/topic I’m working on is quite detailed and needs a book-like or reference manual structure to organize it – TOC, Sections, Chapters, Sub-chapters, etc. Then, when I need to refresh my memory on a specific topic, I want to be able to sort of pull the applicable reference book “off the shelf” so to speak and look it up.
A big caveat in finding a program to do this with is that the info. I would be inserting would be in different formats – some PDF articles, some jpeg, screen captures, even a handwritten note that I may have jotted down in a conversation with someone. And it would need to be amendable – I find an article 2 yrs later that I want to include & I want to be able to insert it.
These little ebooks or emags or whatever aren’t meant to be publishable or added to a blog, etc. Really, it’s just my own personal reference library – kind of like what a professor would create for a specific class he/she is teaching. Although I would like to print it out if I need to – nothing fancy, just a basic printout I could mark-up, etc. I would think Adobe would have something like this but I wouldn’t even know what to look for. And it probably would also be pricey. Someone in an older article mentioned Caliber???
I appreciate any help.