Just a quick tip for a very small cross section of people. If you use Google Docs, the Chrome web browser, and the DDI Compendium, you can copy and paste stat blocks directly into a Google Doc and retain all the formating. This has proven very handy for my games, where instead of referencing books during the game or printing things out, I can just pull open the Google Doc where I’ve done my planning and reference the stat blocks there. (Plus, if I want, I can edit them to change names, adjust powers, or take away hit points).
This works for all kinds of stat blocks too: magic items, powers, rituals, etc. It’s handy not just for in-game reference, but for putting together print-outs of multiple items and rituals you’re giving away during a game.
So far, Chrome is the only web browser I’ve found that does this (Firefox did not last time I checked), but if there are others, please let us know.
Below is a screenshot from my last session’s notes that used this: