word processors


XXLEdit – added 6/4/2005

XXLEdit is the thing for your word processing productivity. It supports full RTF formatting. Strong support for HTML is also included. Its main features include: smart typing, tabbed interface, intelligent file management, true rtf formatting, notes outliner, contacts outliner, bookmarks outliner, reminders. It’s suitable for wide range of tasks: from writing emails to editing HTML files.


Crypt Edit – added 4/30/2005

Crypt Edit is one of the most powerful word processors. It is a nice replacement for the standard Windows WordPad. It can easily create, protect, modify, post and print your documents. It can easily save texts as HTML, DOC, WPD, RTF, ASCII (DOS, WIN, UNIX, MAC), WRI, UNICODE and PRT (Protected Text Format with 3 security levels), encrypt/decrypt binary files with compression, create desktop shortcuts for your documents, insert OLE-objects and pictures (gif, jpeg, bmp, emf, wmf). The development of this program has stopped but the download is still availible. (Crypt Edit was replaced by the shareware word processor PolyEdit).


BabelPad – added 3/7/2005

BabelPad is a Unicode text editor for Windows, which always supports the latest version of Unicode (currently version 4.0.1). It supports the proper rendering of most complex scripts, and allows you to assign different fonts to different scripts. BabelPad also functions as a traditional and simplified Chinese word processor.


Roughdraft – added 4/30/2005

RoughDraft is a unique word processor. Although suitable for general use, it has features specifically designed for writers of novels, short stories, articles, poetry, plays and screenplays. It’s designed to be as practical as possible, offering all the features you need, but without being complicated or awkward to use.


Abiword – added 5/21/2004

AbiWord is the top choice in an alternative word processor. It features a very intuitive interface with all the standard features: standard formatting, paragraph alignment, support for tables, styles, unlimited undo/redo capabilities, and advanced find and replace. It can also import/export RTF (Rich Text Format) documents, as well as support Microsoft Word 97 documents vis-a-vis the RTF format. Also contains AbiWord end-user manual, and spell checker. ABIWord has support for columns, font handling, lists, and headers/footers is also consistent with MS Word or Corel WP.


Yeah Write – added 20/07/2002

Yeah Write doesn’t look anything like a standard word processor. Instead of creating a document from a blank screen, Yeah Write uses a fill-in-the-blanks approach. Documents have attractive, colorful backgrounds. Screen fonts are set independently from printed fonts, so a writer can edit with large characters and print with normal size characters. The program interface is simple enough that using most features is fairly obvious, even to users with a minimal amount of Windows experience.

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