I want to create an ebook for reading on a Kindle or whatever, and ultimately it will have 1 page for each day of the year. I want to be able to do this on a computer, probably as a *.rtf file. I was originally just going to use WordPad and insert a page break after each day's content. Turns out that even though WordPad and rtf files can handle page breaks, you can't insert them from within WordPad. I'm not sure that a Kindle can read rtf files (it probably can) so I was going to convert the rtf to mobi with Calibre after completing it. So.. My question is. Is there something small and basic that I can use to accomplish this? I know I could do it in Word (or ugh GoogleDocs) and insert page breaks that way, and then eventually save as *.rtf, but I was thinking there has to be a program that is light like WordPad but will insert page breaks. I did google simple rtf editors, but I got a bunch of results for web developers and sort of gave up pursuing at that point. I'll probably just do it in Word and save as rtf, but I was just not wanting to go that way if there is a program that will do it outside of a full featured office program. Edit: Maybe I don't need the page breaks anyway... I was thinking, the Kindle might override any defined pages based on the size text set on the Kindle.