Most carpentry hand tools work right out of the box, but they all work much better after you've had some time to fine-tune both the tools and your skill at using them. I put my 14-inch Record jack plane to work the day I bought it. But I didn't get the results I wanted until I'd taken time to sharpen the iron and to develop a feel for the proper angle at which to hold it. This month's article will review two new "information hand tools" that have made their way into my office "toolbox." Both will work right out of the box, but like my hand plane, some fine-tuning will be worth the effort. Office In