PushButton Word 1.0

Category: Office
Year: 1995
Description:This appears to be the predecessor to WordExpress, although I can't find any information to support that. This is a basic word processor program. The rest is from the Help: PushButton WORD is a tool designed for creating documents such as letters, memos, fax cover pages, reports, newsletters, and brochures. It contains commands and features for creating both simple and sophisticated documents. You have complete formatting control over characters (font, size, style), paragraphs (indentation, tabs, line height), and whole documents (margins, page size). Documents you create with the PushButton WORD can include headers and footers, multiple columns, and auto fields such as date, time, and page numbers. You can draw simple objects such as lines, rectangles, and ellipses. You can also create specialized objects such as text frames, tables, and picture frames -- into which you can import Windows Metafile (WMF), Tag Image File Format (TIF), PC Paintbrush (PCX), and Windows Bitmap (BMP) files. PushButton WORD has two basic modes: text and object. Text mode is the default mode. This is where you enter, edit, and format text. Object mode (also referred to as pointer mode) is where you draw objects and frames, import pictures, and create grid lines. You switch between the two modes by clicking the appropriate button on the control strip -- the I-beam button places PushButton WORD in text mode; the pointer button places it in object mode. Clicking the right mouse button switches between modes also or you may choose the "Text Mode" or "Object Mode" commands from the View menu. The control strip changes depending on which mode is active. In text mode, the control strip contains command buttons for formatting text, changing alignment options, and creating tabs, as well as menus for selecting font, font size, and paragraph styles. A paragraph style is a collection of formatting commands which can be applied all at once. In object mode the control strip contains buttons for drawing text frames, picture frames, tables, and simple objects. You can control the display of certain PushButton WORD tools. For example, you can turn the display of the rulers and control strip off, giving you more room on screen for your document contents. You determine display options by choosing commands from the View menu. A spell checker and thesaurus let you check for spelling mistakes, correct them, and search for synonyms (words with similar meanings). You can add your own words to a customized user dictionary. This is useful for words such as personal names and acronyms. You can also print merge your documents with data from Comma Delimited (CSV) or dBASE (DBF) files. Print merging is useful if, for example, you want to print the same document several times, but change address information for each document. If you have a datafile containing names and addresses, PushButton WORD will substitute the fields you specify from it each times it prints a copy of the document.
Manufacturer: MicroVision Development
Localization: EN
OS: Windows 3.x

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