Definition of outliner in English:

outliner

Line breaks: out|liner
Pronunciation: /ˈaʊtlʌɪnə
 
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noun

A computer program, or part of a program, which allows its user to create and edit a hierarchically arranged outline of the logical structure of a document.
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  • For example, the web site allows you to purchase their excellent outliner software online.
  • Brilliantly, notebooks are not hierarchic, so no outliners here.
  • That method works well for me because for any moderately lengthy document I'll have used the outliner to put the skeleton of the document in place.

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