iText for Windows 3.5
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Windows Vista, Windows 95, Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98
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Here's yet another simple word processing program, iText for Windows. It's designed in the classic Apple Computers style, with a clean and simple look. It boasts a wide variety of built-in fonts and other settings. You can even perform standard word-processing tasks with it.
This program's design is simple and efficient, with an aesthetically pleasing interface that is easy to navigate. You can change its color, which is a fun feature and a nice touch. All of its major functions are readily accessible via drop-down windows or buttons at the bottom of the interface. We would recommend this free program highly were it not for one fatal flaw: We simply could not figure out how to save a document. Nothing happened when we pressed the Save button, so we tried the "Save As" button, and nothing happened then, either. We tried closing the document. A window asked us if we wanted to save it. We chose Yes, but nothing happened then, either. The program has a Help file with a User's Manual and other information, which we combed over to see if we were missing something, but we couldn't find any reason why pressing Save won't save a document to save your life. We tried iText on two different computers with the same result.
If it could save files, iText for Windows would be a fine, simple word processor. As it is, it's not much use. Whether it's buggy or just too hard to figure out, we can't recommend it.
iText is a cute text editor with simple word processing, and fitting the charming iMac's colorful design. It has stability and lots of nice features selected from LightWayText. There are many ways to improve the appearance of your document; besides styles, there are decoration lines, the ability to change all paragraph indents or margins, and to paste in PICT images. iText also supports RTF and a spell checker.
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