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Atlantis Word Processor 4.0.6.9

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  1. brainsgonedead2000

    brainsgonedead2000 Well-Known Member
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    Atlantis Word Processor

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    Atlantis Word Processor is a "try-before-you-buy" product. You can install Atlantis Word Processor to your computer, and evaluate it for up to 30 days for free.

    All trial copies of Atlantis Word Processor are fully-functional. No features are disabled. They all are available for you to evaluate for 30 days. But if you want to continue using Atlantis Word Processor beyond the 30-day evaluation period (starting with your first day of use), you will have to register your copy of Atlantis Word Processor.

    Use the link below to download the Setup file of Atlantis Word Processor. Then run the downloaded file on your system. This will install a trial copy of Atlantis to your computer. If you already have a copy of Atlantis on your PC, this will upgrade or repair your Atlantis Word Processor.
     
  2. roocoon

    roocoon Well-Known Member
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    Nice editor with clear help pages.
    Cheap too but unfortunately they'll never get their money's worth from it, considering it's being warezed since day one.

    Remember to download their spell checkers if you need them, as well as the standalone tweak_epub utility.
    It links to WordWeb too which you all should already have gotten.

    There's a keygen too for it if you prefer untouched files: https://www98.zippyshare.com/v/wDtcQhT2/file.html
    I'm not sure, but it's probably the one from the LAXiTY group (no NFO with it).
     
  3. brainsgonedead2000

    brainsgonedead2000 Well-Known Member
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    Already have them here:

    https://www.pastefile.com/14a9va

    But I prefer MS Word as that's what I more or less grew up with. Well the one I liked the most was Amstrad Mini Office but it's no longer in existence.
     
  4. roocoon

    roocoon Well-Known Member
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    I don't care for any of them since I only write some occasional report, but I prefer the less bulky ones that support the basics.
    I make do these days with Notepad++ or even Notepad. Never had an Amstrad, Atari or whatever so I'm not familiar with the Mini Office.