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WordPad

The word processor that comes with Windows, starting with Windows 95. Superseding Write, which came with Windows 3.1, WordPad supports Microsoft Word, RTF (Rich Text) and standard TXT (text) file formats. It offers rudimentary word processing capabilities and is nowhere near as extensive as Word. See Notepad.
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The same procedure was used to form daily WordPad logfile samples when the WordPad program was used.
com An alternative is to use Wordpad, one of Windows' accessories, which you'll find on the Start menu.
Later chapters explore the components of Windows XP, including an item-by-item discussion of the software that makes up this operating system, not just the items in the Control Panel, but the long list of free programs that Microsoft includes: Windows Media Player, Movie Maker, WordPad, and so on.
Yesterday I removed words and logos from some HTML pieces using WordPad.
The book also examines the free programs that Microsoft includes with XP such as Windows Media Player, Movie Maker and WordPad.
You must use a pure text application such as Notepad or WordPad.
Another way to protect yourself is to open Word files in WordPad and ignore the gobbledygook at the top and bottom.
The product works well with Microsoft Word 97/2000, Corel WordPerfect Version 8 or 9, Lotus Notes, Microsoft Wordpad, Microsoft Chat 2.
And Combest Technology Co Ltd, which lost out to Weblink over Palm distribution, has instead cut a deal with IBM Corp and will distribute WordPad PDAs and 'PC Companions'.
95) supports seven languages, and works with Outlook Express, Netscape, Eudora, CompuServe's WinCIM, GoldMine, Wordpad, Notepad and other e-mail programs and text editors.
There is one, called WordPad, free with the Windows 98 operating system which is perfectly adequate for simple tasks.
MSN's e-mail and content documents are managed through the Microsoft Exchange and WordPad services built into Windows 95 using the same familiar interface carried throughout all Microsoft Office functions.