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“In contrast, WordPerfect is an amazingly elegant and transparent way to write.”
“I rarely use it and recall that it used to be a WordPerfect weakness, but it seems to work just fine in WordPerfect 12.”
“For quick, mostly text only entries on my site, I write it up in WordPerfect, spell check it, make sure there is a double line between each paragraph, and copy and paste it into the WordPress Write a Post screen, give it a title, mark the categories, and save it.”
“I have set my quick correct and text features in WordPerfect to never convert apostrophes and quotes into characters but leave them as text.”
“I do all my writing exclusively in WordPerfect, a powerhouse program for anyone into serious writing or desktop publishing of written material.”
“It should have read “in WordPerfect” not WordPress – how could I have missed this mistake for so long.”
“The lines in WordPerfect, using supposedly the exact same font as in MS Word – Times New Roman – do not line up with the lines in the forgeries, not even close.”
“WordPerfect is added to the Dock, it looks (mostly) like a Mac app when it runs, and the virtual machine that supports it in the background disappears when it’s closed down.”
“It’s ironic that this sophisticated software works so hard to replicate the stark writing environment I had on a C64 and later in WordPerfect 5.0 – but on the other hand, those were the places where I’ve been most productive.”
“The icon remains linked to its original application, but can no longer be opened directly from desktop because the format is incompatible with WordPerfect, which is automatically activated when I click.”
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