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TextMaker updated to support handwriting
Posted on 30-Jan-2004 17:37 | Tags Filed under: News


TextMaker updated to support handwriting
TextMaker for Pocket PCs has just been updated to support popular handwriting recognition software.

TextMaker is now fully compatible with Microsoft Transcriber (included on all Pocket PCs) and Phatware's CalliGrapher, a
third-party handwriting recognition engine. TextMaker not only accepts plain text input from both handwriting recognition
engines, but also supports all editing and formatting gestures.

TextMaker for Pocket PCs is the most comprehensive word processor ever developed for Pocket PCs. It brings desktop-class word processing to your Pocket PC: Multi-language spell-checking. Graphics. Footnotes. Tables. Microsoft Word-compatible forms. Sophisticated character and paragraph formatting. Paragraph and character styles. Autotext -- and
lossless conversion of Microsoft Word .DOC files right on your Pocket PC.

TextMaker for Pocket PCs retails for US$49.95. Registered users have received a free update.


More information: http://www.softmaker.de...




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