DisplayWrite


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DisplayWrite

An earlier full-featured IBM word processing program for PCs that stemmed from the typewriter-oriented DisplayWriter word processing system first introduced in 1980. DisplayWrite was widely used in organizations that were mostly IBM oriented.
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These included both leading products, such as Microsoft Word and Aldus PageMaker (in word processing and desktop publishing, respectively), and lesser-known products such as DisplayWrite and FrameMaker.
5, a data encryption feature for it, Assembler and Macro Processor/36, RPGII/36, BASIC/36, Business Graphics Utilities/36, COBOL Compiler and Library/36, Development Support Utility/36, Device Emulation/36, Utilities/36, Fortran IV/36, Query/36, Personal Services/36, PC Support/36, DisplayWrite/36 and language dictionaries in English, French, Spanish, Italian, Danish, German, Dutch, Icelandic, Norwegian, Swedish, Swiss and Portuguese for DisplayWrite.
There are converters available that convert ODA or SGML to WordPerfect, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Word for Windows, IBM DisplayWrite, DCA-RFT, and DecWrite formats.
The IBM 5219 emulation feature includes support for IBM DisplayWrite 36 and Office/400, including multi-column justification, GFIDs with multiple fonts per page, superscripting, subscripting, bolding, overstriking, backspacing, underlining, pitch control, sheetfeeder control, page orientation and page format.