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Subject:What ever happened to Writer's Toolkit? From:Mark Levinson <mark -at- SD -dot- CO -dot- IL> Date:Mon, 18 Sep 1995 11:48:22 IST
Does anyone know what ever happened to a product called
Writer's Toolkit? It was a sort of dictionary-thesaurus-etc-etc
for DOS. I don't know if it ever came out in a Windows version.
The original manufacturer seems to have sort of faded away.
Was Writer's Toolkit trampled under the CD-ROM juggernaut, or
did it somehow survive? Any news would be appreciated, but
don't bother the whole list with it please; e-mail me and I'll
get back to anyone else interested.
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