Features: A closer look at Journler

Interested in Journler? Be sure you have read the Journler 2.6 announcement and looked over the FAQ. Journler 2.6 will be the last official version of Journler. Journler will then be open sourced and Sprouted development on Journler will end.

Full Feature List

Exporting and Printing

Although Journler is an excellent way to store and keep track of your writings, you may wish to use them outside of the program. Blogging allows you to post your entries to the internet. Printing and file exporting put an entry in your hands or on a cd.

Saving Entries as Independent Files

Journler supports five different file types to meet your specific needs: rich text (RTF), rich text with data (RTFD), microsoft document (DOC), portable document format (PDF), and hypertext web (HTML). Export a single entry, a dated range of entries, or any set of entries that meet the criteria you’ve supplied.

Printing Entries

Like any modern word processing program, Journler supports printing. Print just an entry’s text or include the graphics. Print a single entry, a range of entries, or any set of entries. When you need to save a collection of entries as a single document, use built-in pdf building technology.

Print Customization

Before you take your entries to the printer, take the chance to customize the print job. Leave out or include the name of your journal and an entry’s title, category, keywords or date. Tiger users are also able to take advantage of page headers and footers. The header includes the title of the entry and the print date while the footer shows the page number and total number of pages.


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