Opportunities to conduct the complicated documenting work, that is, creating and elaborating documents through such tasks as exploring the Web and reviewing existing documents, have increased more and more. For such work, it is important to skillfully manage the deliverables along with their editing processes and utilize them for later work. However, the documents involved generally become diversified and enormous in number since documenting work is generally done over a long period of time. These features make managing documents difficult. In particular, it is often the case that a user wants to find and reuse documents that he/she used in past work. It is however difficult to recall past work situations and the documents involved on the basis of human memory and folder management. In this research, we aim at developing methods for organizing work situations and the documents involved via intuitive clues. In this paper, we describe a framework that supports complicated documenting work. We also describe methods for generating recall networks. Finally, we describe an experiment done using practical history data and discuss the characteristics of our methods based on the results.