This is more of a request than a question.
Logos has a personal bool builder that allows the user to build a personal commentary and add it as a regular book (with some restrictions). They want $100 for a version that you can use to generate books that only work on the machine it was created on. They want $250 for a version that will create books anyone wiht Logos can use.
Quickverse has gone one better. They allow integration of PDF documents into their displays, as well as personal books with hyperlinks and links to their materials. These are treated as any other book in the library.
Bibleworks has notetaking ability (which is not the same thing). Also, the user can compile a hand created text file for entering additional books. I find that these are very limiting and not easy to use.
Wouldn't it be great to have a bookbuilder for Bibleworks that would allow the user to creat a useable commentary, on the fly, that can be shared with other users, printed, maybe even converted to PDF. It would be a great way to create handouts for a teaching environment
Joe C Hightower
Bibleworks 6 user