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.
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