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TextMaker for Windows and Linux released
Posted on 13-May-2003 18:31 | Tags Filed under: News


TextMaker for Windows and Linux released
TextMaker, SoftMaker's flagship word processor, has just been released in two new versions: TextMaker for Linux and TextMaker for Windows, complementing the already available versions of TextMaker for Pocket PCs and Handheld PCs.

TextMaker is a multi-platform word processor that launches lightning-fast, needs little memory and has the rich feature set of a modern high-end word processor. A word processor that reads and writes Microsoft Word 6/95/97/2000/XP files seamlessly.

TextMaker for Linux and TextMaker for Linux retail for US$49.95 (EUR 49.95) each; a Windows and Linux combo pack is available for US$69.95 (EUR 69.95).

TextMaker is the first component of SoftMaker Office anywhere, an office suite for Windows, Linux, and Windows CE which also includes a Microsoft Excel-compatible spreadsheet, a database package, and a PIM/groupware combo. SoftMaker Office anywhere will be available in "regular" desktop and mobile editions as well as an ASP-style edition running over the LAN or Internet.






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