PerfectOffice

PerfectOffice

The former name given to a suite of Windows applications from Novell that included WordPerfect, Quattro Pro, Presentations, InfoCentral PIM and Paradox. After Corel's 1996 acquisition of the software from Novell, it was named Corel Office, then Corel WordPerfect Suite, and nearly full circle back to WordPerfect Office. See WordPerfect Office.
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When teamed up with PerfectOffice,(4) the opportunities to create a law office management and case management system are almost unlimited.
He was also responsible for leading the efforts that launched WordPerfect/Novell in the office suite market with PerfectOffice.
Softscape Explorer Plus is office application software that expands on the familiar Windows 95 Explorer paradigm and increases functionality for users of Microsoft Office, Lotus Smartsuite 96, Corel PerfectOffice and Netscape Client products.
to provide service and support for their recently acquired PerfectOffice application suite, WordPerfect word processing applications, QuattroPro spread sheet and related software.
Furthermore, Tumbleweed's partnerships with corporate solutions provider Stream International, networking leader Novell, and graphics software leader Corel (which bundles Envoy with the recently-acquired PerfectOffice suite and the WordPerfect word processor for Macintosh) position Envoy as the leading solution for electronic distribution of richly formatted documents.
o Microsoft will continue to hold the lion's share of the business productivity market, and the only potential market share shifts will be between SmartSuite and PerfectOffice.
It also offers superb database integration with Novell's PerfectOffice 7 and Microsoft Office 95.
The integration of AT&T WorldNet Service software will make it easier for people to use the Internet by giving them one-button access from Novell's PerfectOffice.
NetWire encompasses technical support and covers all of Novell's product lines, including Groupwise, NetWare, PerfectOffice, QuattroPro WordPerfect, and others.