Tom's eTextReader is a free reader program and available from http://www.fellnersoft.at/eTR.htm. It is a program that lets you read plain text files - e.g. eTexts as provided by Project Gutenberg - in a book-like manner.
eTextReader is a program for Microsoft Windows based PC's. It displays a two page layup of eText that mimics a book. It includes the ability to edit the document, generate TOC, and generate a title page. It can also browse the Project Gutenberg web site and download books.
Window size, font style and font size are selectable; page breaks are inserted automatically. You can set bookmarks, find words or phrases, or edit the text with an internal text editor. A table of contents can be created automatically. Import text from different file types, including RTF and HTML, and open files directly from zip archives. There is also a 'Find text in files' tool, page history as in web browsers
- Downloading tool for Project Gutenberg files
- file formats include MS Word and PalmDOC
- Appending/joining multiple files
- Additional book information stored
- RTF and HTML import
- English and German versions available
 How it works
Removes formatting on imported files. Formatting and customization is stored in an ini file that is used with the book to display margins, toc, markups, bookmarks, etc.