The journal writing tool for every-day use by demanding professionals.
Windows AllPlatform :
USD $39.95Price :
3.8 MBFile Size :
4/5/2004Date Added :
Now you can get serious about journal writing. i*write has been designed from the ground up as the journal writing tool for professionals. It is based on solid mainstream technologies to run on all Windows operating systems from Windows 98 to Windows XP and beyond. Once you start working with i*write, you will notice that it has been developed by people who actually write journals as part of their daily professional activities. This shows in many details, especially in its strong navigation and full-text search functions. Even the Standard Edition has blazingly fast text search but the Plus Edition offers industrial-strength full-text search capabilities that have been described as simply amazing. Save time writing:
Use shortcut keys to quickly access all commands. Use right-click menus for frequently used functions. Structure visually what you write: Indent or un-indent with just a mouse-click. Use copy and paste or drag and drop to move text and images between i*write and other applications. Save time finding what you wrote: navigate through the journal by date or by category. Let i*write automatically find the closest entry. View journal entries by date or by category. Find entries on the tear-off calendar. Adapt the user interface to your level of experience.
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