TextMaker Makes Strong Showing as Linux Word Processor - page 6
Fast and Easy, Too
TextMaker is a fast, full-featured word processor that seems reliable and stable. Editing MS Word documents is an easy and painless job, although I would like to see support for OpenOffice.org files. You can also produce some nice, basic HTML pages using the program. In spite of my short time with the program, I was very happy with its performance and could recommend it as a suitable addition to any business office list of computer tools.
Rob Reilly (aka: "Dr. Torque") is a professional writer and senior technology consultant, whose work includes Linux, business systems integration, innovation training and occasional hot rodding excursions. He frequently writes and speaks about these and other topics. He has 17 years experience in the high technology, manufacturing and the utilities industries. He is always 'on-the-lookout' for stories and projects that focus on Linux, business and the cutting edge.
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