Organize your knowledge by storing information in articles, adding references, links, tags and much more, with this handy application.
- Version :5.1.0
- License :Trial
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :lexican
lexiCan is a useful tool that can help you organize information into multiple projects and assign references, links, tags or various types of data. It offers a wide array of functions and allows you to export data to various formats, but features a rather cluttered and outdated interface.
Create articles and attach various objects
To begin with, you can create a new project and assign it multiple sub-articles. Then, you can use the application’s Versioning function to keep track of modifications made to your documents.
It is possible to attach any type of file to a particular article. You can either save the file in the current project folder or insert only a link to the desired document. These are then displayed in a separate panel and can easily be accessed when you open a specific article.
You can also assign references, using one of the many included templates, suitable for books, web pages, magazine articles and book sections.
Additionally, tags can be associated to certain projects, making it easier to find useful information in the future.
Export article to multiple formats
The application allows you to save projects to Microsoft Word documents, PDF, TXT, RTF and HTML files. You can choose to export only the current article or the entire project and have the program automatically create a bibliography.
Additionally, it is possible to create a hierarchical folder structure containing all the project’s articles, save them to HTML formatted files that can be used in web pages and even export articles to Microsoft HTML Help files.
The program also enables you to quickly print various items in your project, such as the current article, the outline, index or bibliography.
While lexiCan offers a great deal of useful functions, they can often be difficult to locate and access, as the application’s interface is rather cluttered and not very intuitive, as well as somewhat outdated.
All in all, this is a useful program, designed to help you organize and cross-link various types of information, then export data to multiple file formats.