LaTeX and Tracks

I've started using tracks for GTD and its a great program, it does exactly what I need, the problem is how do I take it with me?

I love my hipster PDA, and what I would like to do is somehow take the text feeds from Tracks and suck them into LaTeX so I can print each context on a 3x5 card on a semi weekly basis.

I'm not much of a programmer/scripter, though I can follow examples and am pretty good at modifying something that already exists.

can someone point me in the right direction on how to do this?

Thanks

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Have you tried...

the forum for Tracks ?

http://www.getontracks.org/forums/

An answer would require enough expertise of Tracks to get the output you want.
That expertise would be at that forum.
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You could ignore tracks

This is more of a planner thing, Its not a question about tracks per se, though that's what I'm using it with, I'm looking for a way to take a text feed and print it to a 3x5 card. I was thinking LaTeX because it makes the formatting easier, but if there is some other way to do this I'm open to suggestions. Being a non programmer, I dont know how to go about solving the problem, I just have my inputs and the desired end result. So how can I take a text feed, and print it on a 3x5 card?

How about...

Open Office ?
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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)