I'd like to draw a setting map on hex paper with numbered hexes for the purposes of hexcrawling. A google search resulted in several sources for hex papers without the numbering.
To be more explicit, I'd like to have:
- Paper size A4. If I can use some more obscure paper size with only minor distortions when I print it as A4, then that is also okay.
- Filled with hexes, up to the margins.
- The hexes are numbered in a reasonable way, so that in my (electronic) notes I can write that a city is in hex 11.15 or 4b or whatever the notation happens to be.
- Empty hex paper.
- Superimposed larger hexes would be a nice option, and would not be a problem, but are not a necessity.
My relevant computer skills are restricted to Geogebra, which is not immediately useful (AFAIK). Free software is preferable to commercial one; I can learn how to use new software, if necessary.
How can I create a hex map as desired above?