User-friendly tree outline manager with built-in word processor that enables you to create your own hierarchical trees for storing information such as documents, notes, links, contacts, passwords, or photos.
Full rich text editing of documents. Support for rtf styles.
An extremely wide range of import and export capabilities (docx, htm, pdf, etc.)
Rearrange the tree by dragging nodes to another location..
Documents can contain Unicode text, such as a mix of English, German, Chinese, etc.
Links to nodes, documents, folders and programs, websites, emails, Skype.
Mark each node with its own icon. 100+ built-in icons!
Export tree to a set of .html files with text search and publish them on a websites.
Convert tree to HTML Help file (.chm), the standard Windows help system.
Insert, display, print, export, and print pictures and photos.
A free viewing companion to Maple. Click to download.
Simultaneous network access of multiple users to database files.
Create snapshots of your screen at regular intervals.
The dual-window interface, with quick-action hot buttons and drag-and-drop support, facilitates the building of your tree. Selecting Add Node from the Tree menu creates a new branch for your growing tree, which you can name or later rename. You can create unlimited nodes and sub-nodes and assign any document, note or image to each one.
Maple imports and exports OPML, standard text files, Rich Text Format, Word doc and docx, Windows Write, Adobe PDF, and HTML files used by Microsoft Word and other word-processors.
Other options include complete control over text and tree appearance. Onscreen you can quickly increase or decrease text size, add super- or subscript text, and change the text alignment (flush left, centered, or flush right). You can also quickly create numbered or bulleted lists, headers, footers and tables. Create custom styles for your text - define a font, face, attributes, color, alignment, etc. - that lets you easily apply a style to specific text. Great for headers, captions, or entire paragraphs of text you need to distinctively separate.
Maple also has a built-in spell checker, password generator and screen capture. Other features include changing the case of text to all upper or lower, and character map, font preview in the font selection window so you get a quick peek at what a font looks like, and print preview.
A free viewing companion to Maple. Supports links, bookmarks, search and printing. Take advantage of Maple Reader and send your friends, classmates, or colleagues your photo albums, reports, research papers and presentations. The program is FREE for non-commercial use. Distribute your files royalty-free with Maple Reader.
Maple – an unusual alternative to standard organizers.
If you have ever done a research on a serious topic, you know very well how hard it is to combine all kinds of information into a single document with a well-defined readable structure. Texts, images and links can sometimes create a mess that is impossible to work with, especially if you are creating a manual, a guideline or any other type of document covering a number of areas and consisting of various sections and chapters. The authors of Maple took good care of all these things and created an excellent product that allows you to create nice-looking tree-based documents that are a pleasure to read!
Maple is the top version of the product that encompasses everything you may need to work with Maple tree files. You can use the built-in finder to locate tree files according to a number of criteria. The integrated backup utility enables you to make regular backups of your files to ZIP and CAB formats for extra data protection. Confidential information can be reliably protected from prying eyes using the built-in encryptor using the strong Blowfish algorithm. Finally, you can easily export you Maple tree files into HTML or CHM files for easy and hassle-free distribution to end users.
If in search for a highly efficient way to organize your information into tree-based documents, make sure you don’t overlook Maple! This piece of software will surprise you beyond your expectations!
Maple is a well-rounded application for organizing virtually any kind of information. It allows you to gather various kinds of data and assemble them into efficient hierarchical trees. Starting with a main folder, or "node," you can create an unlimited number of branches with sibling nodes. Like the tree in Explorer, nodes may be expanded and collapsed- enabling you to access even the most minute details with minimal clicks. Nodes and sub-nodes can be renamed, added or deleted via a right-click menu. The program offers full drag and drop functionality for managing nodes and content.
Maple can store many kinds of data, from text to graphics and pictures. The program allows you to import all standard text formats such as RTF, Microsoft Word DOC and Windows WRI files. Maple actually offers many of the features you'll find in aword processor. The program supports every font attribute, enabling you to use bold, italics, super- and sub-script text. Use a variety of colors and alignments, and even build numbered and bulleted lists. Importing graphics files is just as easy.
Maple includes a built-in character map for previewing installed fonts. Further, the program is capable of converting character sets from OEM to ANSI and vice versa.
Now what would you think of a program that could substitute a few other ones such as a plain text editor, a word processor and a document cataloging tool? Try Maple to find out its true abilities.
Maple is a document manager that lets you manage, create, edit and store documents, plain text notes and images. The tool has a familiar Windows Explorer interface with its window split in two: one for the directory with nodes and documents in a tree-like style and the other for displaying the contents of the files. The tool is capable of storing plain text notes as well as complex documents. It imports and exports text files, RTF, DOC, WRI, HTML and other popular document file formats. The program offers the advantage of word processing combined with file management.
Other features of the program include a spell checker, an advanced search utility, a backup tool, a calculator and, among other useful things, integration with MS Word's spell and grammar checker. Try this tool today and check it out yourself.
As an IT professional, chances are good that you have lots of detailed information that you have to keep track of in order to do your job effectively and efficiently. You probably have a multitude of documents stored in a multitude of folders on your hard disk. Using a series of documents and folders to store all your information is a pretty logical way of doing things, especially when used in combination with Vista’s Search tool and Saved searches feature. However, it could be better — especially if all that information could be made available in one place.
Well, I recently discovered a very nice document manager called Maple from Crystal Office Systems that runs perfectly on Windows Vista and produces what is essentially a document database.
Once you have installed Maple, you can use the shortcut to launch it. When Maple runs for the first time, it will load the program’s manual. As you begin to investigate, you’ll soon discover that the program’s main user interface is very much like Windows Explorer. You’ll use the tree on the left to create nodes that can represent both folders and documents — you can even change the node icons accordingly. You’ll essentially create a folder structure for storing your documents much like you would do on your hard disk.
Maple has a ton of features that make it an ideal document database tool. You can create links to other nodes, to files on your hard disk as well as to pages on the Internet. There’s a built-in calculator, a dictionary, and a thesaurus. It has browser-like forward and back controls and even a full-screen mode.
Once you create your document database, finding what you need is very easy. Just access the Global Search feature and type your search term. You’ll then see a search results pane and can select any document. When you do, the contents are displayed and the search term is highlighted.
he functionality some applications provide is obvious from said application’s name. If you run across an application like Something Video Converter, you know that application will convert videos from one format to another. The functionality some other applications provide is not obvious from the application’s name. The Crystal Office Systems-developed application Maple falls in this category.
So what can Maple do? Why to put it bluntly, this application allows any user out there to store information in a hierarchical structure. You can store documents, you can store notes, and you can store images. You can store as much data as you want because there is no limit to the database Maple creates. If you want you can store hundreds of images.
Speaking of things that have no limit, you can create an unlimited number of nodes and sub-nodes with Maple. Then you can assign any document you want to any particular node.
That’s not all that Maple can do. Here are the other bits and pieces you can expect this application to do:
If you have a lot of information that you need to organize, then you need to give Maple a try. This application lets you organize your data as a tree-based diagram.
Maple adds some advanced commands that the pro user will find handy. Here they are:
Maple offers all the functionality that I need. It's clear and easy to learn. I greatly appreciate the straightforward user interface: it seems to be designed to serve people, rather than to impress them.
I just found your program Maple a few days ago... I'm impressed with how user friendly & flexible it is. I'm truly impressed. It's already up and running as I continually add information. Congrats on a wonderful product.
I just downloaded Maple and that was exactly what I needed! The possibility to insert pictures, store them as a single database file, export to html, nice gui. Everything is perfect! This is the first program that I think is absolutely perfect for my needs (in comparison to all other programs I have ever used)!
I love your program, Maple. Your feature set and usability is far superior to your competitors. Very well done!
I have just downloaded your Maple product and it is impressive - I am looking for something like this for my personal database which is currently manual and cumbersome.
Maple is a great software. I have been using it for at least 10 years as a note taker, diary, and record keeper. It is invaluable for website work. I even keep notes on such things as house repairs and physical exams to track blood pressure and cholesterol. Beats a spreadsheet.
Maple is a superior program. It has a clean look and this makes you want to use it. There are other products that try offer the tree and note concept. This combines the structure of Windows Explorer with related note text in a unique and useful way. Congratulations on power through simplicity.