A new upcoming book about Wordworth 7 is in development, the author presents a way to effectively use the basic and advanced functions of the program such as  printing, data transfer, text correction and other daily activities will be discussed. Some features are discussed along with the use of additional software that extends Wordworth’s capabilities. Wordworth 7 was released in 1998 and offered Commodore Amiga users an alternative to Microsoft Word. Wordworth uses the WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) principle. All major types of fonts are supported: Compugraphic, PostScript and Truetype outline fonts as well as Amiga bitmap fonts. Most aspects of the user interface are configurable. The book will be available end 2018.

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