The Digital DM has made a very cool OneNote version of the free D&D rules. Even cooler, he has made the notebook public so that you can import it into your own OneNote for offline use and of course you can rearrange things and add your own stuff – new monsters, new spells, the geography of Greyhawk, the religions of ancient Sapain – whatever you like! In this new version of the notebook he has also added 5e style background graphics and a 5e style layout. Very pretty and professional.
If you are a 5e GM and like OneNote, this is a very useful tool and I suggest that you check out The Digital DMs blog right away.
As a note, I had problems with the DropBox download link, but the DOCS link worked like a charm after logging in with my Microsoft credentials.
Thanks a lot for your efforts, Digital DM 🙂