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21. Thinkfree Write
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22. Documents to Go Pro 4.0 Spanish
23. COREL WORDPERFECT LAUGUAGE
24. Corel WordPerfect 3.51 Combined/Competitive
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25. Documents to Go 4 Professional
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26. Documents to Go Pro 4.0 (DVD Packaging)
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27. Merriam-Webster's Spell Checker
28. AE WORDPERFECT OFFICE-2002CD W9X/NT
29. AE WORD 2001 CD MAC
30. 4-D Write Single Expansion Pack
31. Word 2000 Intro (Smartcard/CD
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32. Spell Catcher 8.0
33. AE WORD MAC 10.0 CD
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34. Microsoft Word for Macintosh 2001
35. Corel WordPerfect Language Module

21. Thinkfree Write
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Asin: B00093NWT4
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Avanquest
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22. Documents to Go Pro 4.0 Spanish
list price: $69.95
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Asin: B00005QCQV
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Dataviz
Sales Rank: 12217
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23. COREL WORDPERFECT LAUGUAGE

Asin: B00003JALE
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Corel
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24. Corel WordPerfect 3.51 Combined/Competitive Upgrade for Macintosh

Asin: B00002SA3M
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Corel
Sales Rank: 9346
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Amazon.com Product Description

Corel WordPerfect for Macintosh includes a collection of more than 150 TrueType fonts, 5400 clip-art images, 187 textures, 67 sounds, and 200 stock photos. For managing new fonts and sounds, MasterJuggler 2.0 Pro, the comprehensive font, sound, and desk-accessory utility, is also provided. Spanish, French, and German language tools, including a spell checker and thesaurus--previously sold separately--are now also included.

To continue helping users put the Internet to work, Corel has included the updated Netscape Navigator browser 2.02. Updated HTML features include an HTML button bar and macros for creating custom HTML forms and borders. Also, the HTML export now converts PICT images to JPEG format for easy viewing on the World Wide Web.

Corel WordPerfect 3.5 for Macintosh easily converts many popular document types, including Microsoft Word versions 4, 5, and 6; RTF (Rich Text Format); and Corel WordPerfect 7 for Windows 95. A non-WordPerfect document can be opened directly from the desktop into WordPerfect via support for Macintosh Easy Open. Additional document types can be converted through support for XTND and MacLink Plus conversion filters. ... Read more


25. Documents to Go 4 Professional Edition
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00005MPQ5
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Dataviz
Sales Rank: 4264
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

While it won't replace the desktop computer any time soon, the handheld PDA is catching up and is becoming rather indispensable. Documents To Go 4.0 Professional makes several popular document formats easily portable and even allows basic editing on the run. Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files synch between PDA and multiple computers quickly and completely, and can be viewed on the Palm screen with surprising readability. Users can edit Word and Excel files, though the range of editing options is necessarily more limited than on desktop machines, and some files (especially complex Word documents) are tough to work with.

Installation is pretty simple; like all Palm software, there are several steps, but most users should find themselves synching files shortly. The interface is nearly transparent and the coders took pains to reproduce the look and feel of Microsoft Office. The Acrobat reader is a nice feature, even if the images are stripped to save memory. Despite this, RAM will be a problem for some users, who will undoubtedly have to make some tough decisions about which files to keep on the Palm.

Minor memory and editing problems aside, Documents To Go 4.0 Professional makes on-the-run synching and file-fixing a snap. And while the PDA won't replace the desktop machine anytime soon, the laptop better watch out. --Rob Lightner ... Read more

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent!
Upgraded to latest Documents to Go 4 including Add-on kit last week. Have always been impressed with the main product, but the add-on kit is excellent. The mail sync (we use Lotus Notes) and the handling of attachments on my Palm M505 is the best I have tried - smooth, reliable, hassle free, straightforward to use.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not up to snuff anymore
This was the coolest thing I loaded on my Palm after I first got it from amazon. But I later discovered that far better solutions exist on the market from other companys like bluenomad software and cutting edge software. Since my copy was free, it wasn't bad, but noone should spend any money on this product when such great alternatives as quickoffice and wordsmith are available for much less money and have much better features. There is no real formatting in the word processor, you can't set the font, the spreadsheet frequently looses information, and stuff.
But for first time users, it is a nice way to see what the Palm can do I think.
Eddie

4-0 out of 5 stars Makes your PDA useful.
This software renders your Palm Pilot far more useful. You can deal with text documents and spreadsheets on your PDA with this.

A must have item.

5-0 out of 5 stars Documents to Go
Will you be making a version to go on the Jonarda 720 hand helds? I had it on my palms and loved it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Print Word Documents Directly to IR Capable Printers
As a heavy word processing user on my Palm via Documents to Go (please see my reviews for Docs To Go 3.0 elsewhere on Amazon), I was happy to upgrade to the newest version, 4.0, as soon as it came out.

I was even happier to discover (after visiting the DataViz website) that accessory programs -- Docs To Print and IR Print, both available from doctoprint.irprint.com -- would enable me to print MS Word documents from my Palm directly to any number of IR (infrared) capable printers from HP, Canon and Sipix (with no PC or cables necessary).

I now own a HP DeskJet 990Cse, Canon BJC-55 and Sipix A6 printer, all of which allow me to print directly from my Palm, the latter two of which are portable.

I carry the little Sipix A6 printer (which uses A6 size thermal paper) in my briefcase. I take the Canon BJC-55 (ink jet, letter size) printer with me on business trips. And I've placed a second HP DeskJet 990Cse printer elsewhere in my house where I print from my Palm -- without the use of a PC.

As we all know, with its relatively small screen, performing word processing on one's Palm can sometimes be difficult. Being able to print a hard copy -- anywhere you might need it -- is thus truly a godsend.

With Docs To Go 4.0 (and Docs To Print and IR Print), and with the IR capable printers listed above, I can now word process -- and print -- anywhere in my house (or the world) from my Palm. (No PC required.)

Isn't life wonderful? ... Read more


26. Documents to Go Pro 4.0 (DVD Packaging)
list price: $69.95
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Asin: B00005NK9D
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Dataviz
Sales Rank: 6060
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Documents To Go 4.0 offers a collection of five applications for complete flexibility in accessing and editing the most common file types on your Palm device. It gives you instant access to Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents on your Palm PDA. You can create, view, and edit word processing and spreadsheet files, and open and review PowerPoint presentations. This version also supports PDF files and e-mail attachments.

Word To Go, the application for accessing Word and WordPerfect files, retains all your formatting, and allows you to make quick changes to documents and synchronize them with your PC. Sheet To Go lets you view and fully edit Excel, Lotus 1-2-3, and Quattro Pro files. You can even create new spreadsheets and add or edit formulas right on your handheld. Large and complex spreadsheets are optimized and reduced in size for instant access. Slideshow To Go allows you to view your presentation on your handheld, so you can review and practice anytime, anywhere. PDF To Go lets you view PDF documents, optimized for the Palm with graphics stripped out. DataViz Mail supports synchronization for e-mail and attachments on any Palm OS handheld. It extends the functionality of the built-in mail conduit by delivering to your Palm e-mail attachments created in Word, Excel, and other similar programs. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars #1 Office Companion
Very easy to use! Docs To Go 4.0 enables Palm OS handheld users (Palm, Handspring, Sony) to create, view and edit Word and Excel documents and view PowerPoint presentations in one complete package. It provides a competitive advantage for PDA users who want a true mobile office solution! ... Read more


27. Merriam-Webster's Spell Checker
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00004Y3VN
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Fogware Publishing
Sales Rank: 6055
Average Customer Review: 3.12 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This powerful and comprehensive spell checker delivers more than 300,000 words and phrases, proper names, locations, and medical terms. Looking for a word like feng shui or netiquette? No problem. Merriam-Webster's Spell Checker is up-to-date and covers all the latest words. It is easy to use, installing quickly and working seamlessly with most text-processing programs. This accurate, effective tool will help you produce clean, impressive documents every time. ... Read more

Reviews (8)

4-0 out of 5 stars A very nice product; but doesn't integrate with browsers.
This is undoubtedly the best dictionary & thesaurus available today. The features that impressed me the most are:

1: You don't have to leave the CD in the drive to use the 'pronounciation' feature. You can optionally install the sound files on your hard disk. (Approx. 532 MB)

2: Multiple pronounciations invoked where appropriate.

3: Installs without a glitch and integrates with MS Word.

4: Has a lot of nice features like 'Spelling Help'.

I hope the 12th Edition will integrate with email browsers, not just with MS Word. Also, I would have preferred the thesaurus invoked automatically in an additional pane instead of switching between dictionary and thesaurus.

4-0 out of 5 stars good word pronounciation
I already owned the Microsoft Encarta World English Dictionary when I bought Merriam-Webster because I wanted the software to pronounce every word, and Encarta doesn't.

Merriam-Webster's main good point:
pronouces every single entry, including various forms of each word, such as "beauty", "beautiful" plus you can copy the whole disc into your computer, so you don't have to put in the CD every time you look stuff up. Can't do with Microsoft.

Other than that, it isn't a very good computer dictionary. It looks like somebody just scanned the information into the computer. The dictionary has limited space, that's why stuff is crammed in the there, but the computer should read with more paragraph separations which costs no more memory. There are few examples.

I also don't like the fact that you have to clear each entry before you can look up the next word, which I don't have to do with Microsoft's.

It is a usable dictionary and thesarus, and has plenty of entries. I think it is particular worth it for someone learning English as a foreign language.

5-0 out of 5 stars Voice helps me a lot!
Three is no other dictionary that I can rely on more than Merriam Webster dictionary. This new edition, 11th, got all updated words used for internet and new high tech terms with accurate vocal sound. I saw some other dictionary with sound, but this dictionary got most accurate sound that I can trust. For some words that have two sounds, it pronounces both of them.
I can not work without this dictionary.

2-0 out of 5 stars great for kids
The Amazon Features: recommended this dictionary for age 9 to adult and this should have been a big clue. Generally 9 year olds and adults aren't looking for the same things in a product of this type. This is a cute program but all of it is freely available on the Web.

My two biggest disappointments were the brief simplistic definitions and that it lacks cross-referencing or hyper-linking within a definition, -- yes, you can easily jump to new definitions from words within a given definition, but, for me, this lacks the learning that comes with hyper-linking.

My last comment is that as of January 04, the reviews listed under this Medical Dictionary are reviews for other Merriam-Webster products, but not for the Medical Dictionary. Read closely and notice the reference to a thesaurus that the Medical Dictionary does not have.

3-0 out of 5 stars Easier than grabbing a heavy hardback
The MW Medical Desk Dictionary's best feature is that it's convenient. It offers you the option to install macros that put an icon on your Word or WordPerfect toolbar that will launch the dictionary. Highlight a word in your document, click the icon, and it will look it up. Type the beginning letters of a word in its search feature, and it will attempt to match what you type with a word in its dictionary. Where it fails is when you don't want that word and it's automatically filled the search box with some other word, so you have to delete the letters that don't apply. Sure, it's easier than grabbing a heavy hardback, and better than the outdated dictionary I had, but its automatic look-up ability needs serious work. I also wish it was a spell-checker plugin rather than an add-on dictionary; you can't tell Word (or any other Office application) that it's a dictionary you're adding in because there is no *.dic file for the program to find to add in. Still, for the money, this is a very good program if what you want is a dictionary and not a spellchecker. ... Read more


28. AE WORDPERFECT OFFICE-2002CD W9X/NT

Asin: B00006HT8W
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Corel
Sales Rank: 12989
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29. AE WORD 2001 CD MAC

Asin: B00006HT0W
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft Corporation
Sales Rank: 5789
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30. 4-D Write Single Expansion Pack

Asin: B00002S8KQ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: ACI US
Sales Rank: 13713
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31. Word 2000 Intro (Smartcard/CD Combo)

Asin: B000055XYV
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Learn2.com
Sales Rank: 13154
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32. Spell Catcher 8.0
list price: $49.95
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Asin: B00002S7F5
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Casady and Greene
Sales Rank: 8085
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Spell Catcher 8 provides the best collection of comprehensive writing tools you will ever need! The sleek user interface makes it easy to look up definitions, pronunciations, and synonyms; to check spelling; and more. Spell Catcher 8 also has extensive spelling dictionaries that support nine different languages, including U.S. English, UK English, French, Canadian French, German, Swiss-German, Italian, Spanish, and Swedish.

Spell Catcher 8 does it all in one application. It checks your spelling and punctuation interactively as you type. It corrects and modifies your writing, using an extensive collection of writing-modification modules, such as form paragraphs, search and replace, statistics, and more. Use Spell Catcher 8 to clean up e-mail and create macros that perform multiple text changes, using a single keystroke, and more. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars An invaluable piece of software.
Of all the software I have, Spell Catcher is probably the one I use most often. Sure my word processor has a built-in spell checker but it's not as handy and powerful as Spell Catcher. And, Spell Catcher isn't limited to checking my typing in word processors and e-mail, it can spell check typing in any software I use -- including forms. Furthermore, Spell Catcher will automatically correct many common spelling errors without even bothering to notify you about them. For example, if you type "recieve," Spell Catcher will automatically change it to receive. If there are any words which you commonly misspell, you can easily add them to the list of automatic corrections. My favorite feature of Spell Catcher is that you can create your own personal shorthand for words you commonly use. For example, if I type "drs" Spell Catcher automatically changes it to David R. Schryer. Currently, I have hundreds of words in my shorthand gossary. Believe me this significantly speeds up typing. Since you can create your own shorthand abbreviations, they're easy to remember. All in all, Spell Catcher is a terrific piece of software.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Time-Saver!
I've used Spell Catcher for at least five years. Using "keyboard shorthand" has saved untold hours of typing. For example: typing "peiol" (which SC initially cannot recognize as a word), gave me the opportunity to use this as shorthand, so that now, when I type "peiol," SC automatically changes this to "phacoemulsification, cataract, with intraocular lens implant." Any question which is easier?

1-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing
The program wouldn't install properly. Repeated calls to tech support were frustrating and I was shuffled between sales and tech support. A good old fashioned paper dictionary in someone else's house across town would be more convenient. ... Read more


33. AE WORD MAC 10.0 CD

Asin: B00006HSZ0
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft Corporation
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34. Microsoft Word for Macintosh 2001 Upgrade
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Asin: B00004X02E
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 6156
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Microsoft Word is a popular word-processing and publishing program for creating home, business, and school documents. For creating documents, it features a project gallery, formatting palette, and new templates and wizards. You can use the AutoCorrect feature to detect and correct typos, misspelled words, grammatical errors, and incorrect capitalization. Word comes with a list of built-in corrections (called AutoCorrect entries), but you can easily add or remove entries. The Letter Wizard in Word 2001 can help you write a new letter quickly and easily, or it can help you change and add to elements in your existing letter. With the new Click and Type feature, you can quickly insert text, graphics, tables, or other items in a blank area of a document. Click and Type automatically applies the formatting necessary to position the item where you double-clicked. For example, to create a title page, double-click in the middle of a blank page, and then type a centered title.

Microsoft Word 2001 provides an extensive set of features that you can use to take advantage of the World Wide Web and the Internet. Easily save yourWord documents for use on the Web with the Save as Web Page command. Use hyperlinks to link to any Office file, Web page, or other file on any internal or external Web site or any file server. Without saving your file, you can quickly preview your Web page in your browser with the Web Page Preview command. You can choose to save only those elements in your Web pages that will display in Web browsers, allowing you to reduce the size of your files for quicker and easier loading in Web browsers. ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars Microsoft Word for Mac 2001
I have used Word for PC for years, only because I had to for office compatability in the PC system at work, but have always preferred Macintosh, though Jobs' NExt Computer word processing using Write-Now was by far the best computer yet. (Don't know what a NExt Unix-based computer was? Look into where Jobs was after first leaving Apple).
But for Word 2001 for MAC-complete compatibility with PC Word documents was promised, but I find that completely untrue. For example, the F7 key does not activate spell check in Word for Macintosh as in the PC program, at least not in my installation, and I can't find a keyboard equivalent for it to add on the Mac. Several steps have to be mouse activated rather than keyboard equivalents.
The greatest disappointment, however, is that WORD 2001 FOR MAC HAS TO RUN ON OS-9 AND APPARENTLY WON'T RUN ON OS 10.3, so it has to have OS-9 boot up every time you open a document or Word 2001 program.
Another downside was that my installed printer wouldn't work with OS-9, after I had finally gotten it to work with a Brother multifunction printer, scanner, fax, copier by downloading a driver update, but that is another frustrating story in that the driver date apparently preceded the printer manufacture date, but nobody bothered to include it in the printer software package coming with the printer. So then I had to install a printer driver to run off the OS 9 in order to print a document generated on Microsoft Word 2001.
It also bugs me the way Word X demo copy keeps popping up wanting me to order it, and I still don't know how to get rid of the demo copy that came on my new EMac.
Why did I get Word 2001 in the first place? Because I read on a review that people had trouble printing from Word for OS X!!!! I thought that Word 2001 might be more stable and have fewer bugs by now, but it isn't working for me, and I'm knuckling under and ordering Word for OS-X. Word 2001 does have a wonderful dictionary feature (though still mouse oriented only as far as I can tell) where one only has to put the cursor on any word, and click the dictionary icon, and the definition pops up. A keyboard equivalent would be wonderfully handy. So my chief complaint is that there are too many mouse oriented actions in the program rather than keyboard, it DOES NOT SEEM TO HAVE TRUE FULL COMPATABILITY, (though it will open PC Word documents), it has to run on OS-9, and has to print through OS-9 drivers. I just hope I can get some money back on Word for Mac 2001 for the wasted effort of having to learn the hard way because it did not work as advertised. ... Read more


35. Corel WordPerfect Language Module 2.0 Rev B All Languages

Asin: B00002S91E
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Corel
Sales Rank: 8812
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Create documents in the language of your choice, using the tools provided in the Corel WordPerfect Language Module. Languages include Afrikaans, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English (Arabic, Australian, Canadian, U.K., and U.S.), Finnish, French (Canadian and National), Galician, German (National and Swiss), Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazilian and National), Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, and Ukranian. ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars buyer beware
If you have the most recent version of WordPerfect, beware, this product will not install the WP8 language module on a Windows 98 platform. Apparently NT and 95 will do, but not 98. They couldn't mention this in the advertising? Duh? ... Read more


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