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Subject:Re: windows word processors (fwd) From:Kasey Chang <KaseyC -at- DISCOPY -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 14 Oct 1994 10:07:00 PDT
>Can any of you Microsoft Windows gurus out there help? This woman needs a
>simple word processor - not a desktop publishing package. Are there any
>simple Windows word processors on the market?
Q&A Write for Windows. (Not Q&A for Windows, that's a combo package) It's
only $100+ full package, and it has outlining, spell-checking, toolbars, and
stuff like that. My only complaint is its toolbar buttons are far too