InfoStore is a data management utility for lists and notes that
combines the functions of a simple word processor with a database
program. It makes use of a tree-type directory structure that stays
in view (unless you tell it to go away), so you can modify it as
you work. This just feels right when you’re trying to quickly sort
lots of pieces of information into categories.
There are two ways to store information in InfoStore: Notes and
Lists. A Note is just a blank text field that you fill in however
you like. The List function is more formal. It relies on data
fields that you pre-define and fill in to compile information. You
can import a rich-text format file as a Note, while a spreadsheet
file converted to CSV will import as a list.
By the same token, notes can be exported in RTF, while lists can
be converted to CSV or plain text. An Infostore user guide PDF is
available at http://www.mhsoftware.co.uk/infostore.pdf
–Leigh Anne Jones