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Are there any resources online that one can use to make tikkun readers for people that can be easily accessed online or that can be used to generate PDFs for printing?

Having a Tikkun book is not preferable as i will be the coordinator for Torah readers, and it may fall to me to create Tikkuns for individual readers, some of which may not be technically inclined. So PDFs or online generators would work best. Some of these answers are already helpful, but none of them perfect yet.

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Try https://www.tikkun.io.

Full disclosure: I'm the creator of this site. As a software developer and avid Torah reader, I found nothing online that I enjoyed using and that was free. This one will be free forever.

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  • you're a legend. Thank you! Super useful! – Moshe May 20 at 4:45
  • What text of Tanakh did you use? – Double AA May 20 at 12:32
  • @DoubleAA Sefaria has various sources available on Github – akivajgordon May 20 at 16:05
  • @akiva ok but note sefarias text differs from "standard" in a few places – Double AA May 20 at 16:38
  • @DoubleAA thanks for letting me know – I have found some really minor differences in trop, and I have updated my copy of the source in some of the places. If you find others, please don't hesitate to let me know any differences by either commenting here, opening an issue, or submitting a pull request – thanks! – akivajgordon May 20 at 19:04
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How about this from Hebrew Books.

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Here are a couple of sites you might find useful.

http://www.lashon.net/CL/Tanach/Tikkun.cgi

http://scrollscraper.adatshalom.net/

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I've used this one from Beverly Hills Chabad and it's superb.

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