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Subject:Re: Word Reader? From:Barry House <bhouse -at- CREATIVE-HOUSE -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 16 Feb 1998 18:57:57 -0600
Sonja Draeger wrote:
>A Developer here just told me that he'd heard about a Microsoft Word =
>Reader product. He said he'd heard it is Microsoft's answer to .pdf. =
>Does anyone know of this product and have any comments about it? I =
>searched the archives for Word Reader and Microsoft Reader, without =
Microsoft calls their reader software 'viewers,' and has them available for
Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Access.
I've never used them--if I'm sharing word processing files with someone, I
try very hard to provide a file format they can use.