Word Pro

Word Pro

A full-featured Windows word processing program from IBM Lotus. It provides groupware features that allow documents to be created and edited collaboratively and also includes version control for tracking document updates. Word Pro was the successor to Ami Pro, developed by Samna Corporation, which was one of the first full-featured word processors for Windows. Word Pro is part of the Lotus application suite (see Lotus SmartSuite).
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The first part of the word pro simply means ``ahead of'' and blemcomes from the Greek verb ballo -``to throw''.
Lotus Word Pro tiene integracion con Via Voice Gold para dictado directo y lectura de documentos, compatibilidad con Microsoft Word y Corel WordPerfect, opcion Menu Finder que ayuda a los usuarios de otros procesadores de texto a encontrar los comandos equivalentes en Word Pro, Bloques Click Here para repetir texto usado frecuentemente en un documento y varios formatos de publicacion Web incluyendo HTML mejorado.
The software works with MS Word, WordPerfect, or Word Pro under Windows 3.
By comparison, checking a format in Microsoft Word or Lotus Word Pro is not as easy.
Se trata de un "paquete" capaz de reconocer la voz del usuario para tomar dictado o ejecutar comandos en procesadores de textos como Word Pro, Word y Lotus Notes.
At Lotus, for example, products will now get names like "Lotus Word Pro 96 Edition for Windows 95.
A ALTHOUGH Lotus Word Pro can open files created by a lot of other companies' programs, Microsoft Works' document format unfortunately isn't among them.
So, stretched out on my sofa on a wet afternoon with a cup of tea, I was ready for a lesson in Windows 98 followed by Word Pro - courtesy of my TV set.
Additional formats supported include WordPerfect, Word Pro, Quattro Pro, Lotus 1-2-3, ClarisWorks and Appleworks.
Documents To Go not only works with Microsoft Word and Excel, but also with Lotus Word Pro, 1-2-3, Corel, WordPerfect and Quattro Pro files.
As the film opens, hot shot Sage makes a rookie mistake, leaving her driver's license at the scene of her latest boost (not the word pros like her use, she insists; it's ``zag'' -- don't care; ``boost'' sounds better).