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WORDPERFECT AND ANN ARBOR SET TO ANNOUNCE WORD PROCESSOR PRODUCTS FOR APPLE MACINTOSH

Word processor products for the Apple Macintosh are suddenly being seen as an attractive market to enter, and Microbytes Daily has spotted a couple of new entrants: WordPerfect Corp of Orem, Utah is set to announce a version of its WordPerfect program for the Mac, and Ann Arbor Softworks, Newbury Park, California, which makes FullPaint, is set to preview a program called FullWrite, which it describes as a high-end word processor with desktop publishing capabilities – It gives you the desktop publishing look, with WYSIWYG, the ability to wrap text around objects, and you can edit in an object-oriented environment, says Ann Arbor, which adds that it also appends things like reference notes to a main document, formats multiple columns, checks spelling, kerns and does automatic numbering footnotes and headers; it will be out in April for between $300 and $350.

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