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On Monday May 2, 2016 art shaw said:
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On Saturday March 22, 2008 skranish (guest) said:
Xywrite 4 is a DOS based word processor with extensive customization and macro facilities.
On Wednesday February 6, 2008 guest (guest) said:
The best word processor ever produced.
Lacks the bells and whistles of MS Word, but for actually processing words it can't be beat.
On Wednesday January 9, 2008 Almiratas Aronijas (guest) said:
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On Friday January 4, 2008 guest (guest) said:
XyWrite was a word processor aimed at professional writers who desired a fast keyboard-command driven editor.
On Monday November 19, 2007 careybagsbon (guest) said:
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On Thursday June 21, 2007 guest (guest) said:
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On Friday February 23, 2007 guest (guest) said:
XyWrite is an ancient DOS-based word processing program. It uses typecodes for formatting. Maybe programmers like it, but I will dance a jig on my desk when the last of our publications is converted to SGML.
On Wednesday January 24, 2007 guest (guest) said:
XyWrite is a DOS text editor and word processor. It is very programmable via its macro language. It is an old-time favorite of journalists and authors. Version 4 was a commercial flop. It was somewhat improved over version 3, but incompatible with that earlier version which had built a significant following.
On Wednesday December 6, 2006 bobschwab (guest) said:
This is a word processor, probably the best ever made. It is a desktop version of the Atex system, which is used by the New York Times, McGraw/Hill and many other publishers. Unfortunately, the maker of XyWrite went out of business.
On Monday September 11, 2006 guest (guest) said:
This was the best word processor ever created for MS-DOS. Simple, yet powerfull.
On Tuesday August 29, 2006 guest (guest) said:
XYWrite was extensively used for typesetting and text filtering / format conversion...it supported "scripting" of succesive search-and-replace operations as a key feature.
On Wednesday August 23, 2006 guest (guest) said:
There is an active user forum for this program with free expert technical help; see www.xywrite.com/
On Tuesday July 11, 2006 guest (guest) said:
It's a word processor.
It's extremely powerful, being programmable. But not easy to use if you are not familiar with it.
On Tuesday November 29, 2005 guest (guest) said:
best DOS worprocessor made. It was made by XyQuest not MicroPress
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