word processor


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word processor

a computer software application designed for the keyboarding, formatting, correcting, and storing of text, including correspondence, reports, manuscripts, and books or other publications.
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It isn't really the fancy features, then, that make one word processor a better choice than another for an individual.
With my word processor I'm doing more and better quality work," she says.
Word processors had less of an effect on writers who previously planned excessively and revised minimally and, not surprisingly, much more of an effect on writers who planned minimally and revised extensively.
To import data from your Lotus spreadsheet file into your word processor, position the cursor where you want the data to appear in your document.
Not a single state allows all students to use a word processor for their writing assessment; no state assesses the use of e-mail to communicate effectively; no state assesses students' ability to locate information on the Internet; no state assesses students' ability to critically evaluate information on the Internet.
With its Text-to-Speech cartridge installed, this wireless word processor can speak, either as a student types or by playing back passages.
Creating an outline on a PIM is easier and quicker than on a word processor because an outliner stores data in a hierarchical structure and manipulates headings and subtext as a unit.
This versatile program includes an enriched word processor that will create documents mixing text, mathematics and graphics.
Venture is a collection of five microcomputer tools: a planning module, a spreadsheet, a file manager, a general ledger and a word processor.