ItemTree is a software utility that allows the user to group information into outline format.
The data you enter, whether it be Web URLs, phone numbers, a book outline, or a list of things to do, can be entered in a hierarchical (outline) format, allowing you to easily classify items under different categories. Very much in appearance to File Manager or Windows desktop Explorer . . . but instead of files and directories, your will see topics and categories...
Just enter whatever data
you want to keep track of...
A right mouse button pop-up menu, hot-keys and customization options make this utility a delight to use. It's so simple, handy and useful that you'll keep it on top of your Windows' desktop!
ItemTree also supports file associations. This means that if you enter a Web URL as an "item", you can then automatically have your Web browser connect you to the Web and jump to that URL. File associations also allow you to enter .TXT, .HLP and .DOC file names, which can then call up Notepad, the Windows Help engine, or your favorite word processor with the highlighted item preloaded!
It can even help you develop your ideas and thoughts into a organized format.
There are times when a notepad won't do and times when a database is overkill. For bits of data that you need to keep track of ItemTree may be the solution...
ItemTree - It's a combination of notepad, personal information manager, outline, think pad, Web bookmark keeper, and database! Wow!
"I really like ItemTree! It's how I think! This is a very useful program." (David, A., Durham, North Carolina)
"I have just picked up ItemTree from the Writer's Forum and been so impressed by it. Not often that I find such a powerful bit of software on the shareware network. . . . it's brilliance lies in that it is an uncomplicated notepad that can easily be started without a lot of fuss from the desktop - it's perfect for quick thoughts that can be added without the need of a word processor! I really do feel that you are onto a winner here.
"I'm the kind of guy
with a hundred notes on my desk - everything from writing
and research to the cats favorite tinned food. I used to
skim through the pile of notes each day, then put it
aside. Attempting to control this stacking, I once tried
putting it into a Word Processor document. It never
worked - I felt I was cracking a nut with a sledgehammer,
until I came across ItemTree.
ItemTree requires Microsoft Windows (any version).
To download an evaluation copy of ItemTree shareware program that you can use on your own PC computer, click on the animated diskette image below:
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