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Word processing {{tag|software}} that never quite managed to sort out auto-paragraph numbering but nonetheless sweeps all other office wordprocessing software before it.  
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Refuseniks may prefer [[Microsoft PowerPoint]] (if trained in [[middle management]]) or even [[Microsoft Excel]] (if accountancy) as a canvass for composing documents. But the days of purpose-built alternative word-processing software packages, like [[Lotus Notes]] or [[WordPerfect]] or even the admirable but, preternaturally doomed open source application [[OpenOffice]] are long gone. [[Google Docs]] might survive, but only because it purports to fill a very different need.
 
Refuseniks may prefer [[Microsoft PowerPoint]] (if trained in [[middle management]]) or even [[Microsoft Excel]] (if accountancy) as a canvass for composing documents. But the days of purpose-built alternative word-processing software packages, like [[Lotus Notes]] or [[WordPerfect]] or even the admirable but, preternaturally doomed open source application [[OpenOffice]] are long gone. [[Google Docs]] might survive, but only because it purports to fill a very different need.

Revision as of 08:11, 19 July 2019

{{g}Word processing software that never quite managed to sort out auto-paragraph numbering but nonetheless sweeps all other office word-processing software before it.

Refuseniks may prefer Microsoft PowerPoint (if trained in middle management) or even Microsoft Excel (if accountancy) as a canvass for composing documents. But the days of purpose-built alternative word-processing software packages, like Lotus Notes or WordPerfect or even the admirable but, preternaturally doomed open source application OpenOffice are long gone. Google Docs might survive, but only because it purports to fill a very different need.


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