The Content Organizer is a paper, article, novel, and non-fiction book composition simplification system. With Content Organizer, lists are the primary means of navigation instead of scrolling, and all content is therefore available with minimal mouse clicks. In addition to content organization, there are options to store and preview character sheets, places, things, events, ideas, notes, and references. Formatting can be customized and saved, and custom HTML can be added before and after content elements. Content Organizer uses lists to create a content hierarchy. The hierarchy determines the order in which content items appear.Each Content Organizer tab contains a form in which tab-specific information can be entered. Styles can be applied to composition elements in the Formats window, which is selected by choosing the Formats menu item of the Tools menu. Styles are created with CSS. Additionally, HTML code (also defined in the Formats window) can be added before and after elements such as Chapters and Headings. Styles can be saved and loaded from the File menu independently of Contents. There are Ideas, Notes, People, Places, Things, Events, and References. These items contain information related to the composition that is not necessarily included in the published document. The Options menu item of the Tools menu contains True-False selections that indicate what items to include in exports and previews.