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Subject:Word Processors From:George Mena <zorba -at- BAYPLAY -dot- COM> Date:Sat, 16 May 1998 22:43:00 -0500
I noticed a few people said "Why Word and why not Word Perfect?"
I posted the list of different programs as a response to a request for
Word Perfect is not perfect. Word is not perfect. I know how to use
both. I have no great love for the CEOs of the companies that make
either word processing program.
No matter what software programs a tech writer knows, using a word
processing program is usually a good idea if you want to use a computer.