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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Microsoft later announced it had changed its interface plans, limiting PerfectOffice's compatibility with Windows and delaying its introduction until nine months after the introduction of Windows 95.
Ponian a la venta PerfectOffice 3.0 y Panasonic vendia PDA.
When teamed up with PerfectOffice,(4) the opportunities to create a law office management and case management system are almost unlimited.
For example, one feature of PerfectOffice is QuickTasks, an automation tool that lets you perform simple and complex tasks from your desktop computer.
* merge data from a Paradox table - the database application in PerfectOffice - into a WordPerfect file.
Other features in the PerfectOffice suite also work with InfoCentral.
Indeed, all the powers of all the products in the PerfectOffice suite are available to you.
InfoCentral's ability to exchange information among other PerfectOffice programs provides you with all the building blocks you need to run your practice more efficiently.
PerfectOffice 3.0 integrates WordPerfect's leading business applications, including WordPerfect itself, into one neat package.(4)
PerfectOffice offers OLE 2.0 (Object Linking and Embedding) in many of its component programs.