Papyrus Author
Papyrus Author
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Papyrus Author free download for Mac

Papyrus Author for Mac10.05

04 August 2020

Word processor with integrated speadsheet and more.

What is Papyrus Author for Mac

Papyrus Author provides a powerful word-processor for desktop publishing, with PDF export, integrated spreadsheets, and a relational database using an intuitive user interface for instant searches. You can even use Papyrus from a USB memory stick. This means that you can take your Papyrus (and your data) with you - remove the memory stick, and leave the system 'untouched'.

Note: The downloadable Demo is German version.

What's new in Papyrus Author

Version 10.05:

Note: Now requires OS X 10.12 or later

  • Complete list of changes can be found here
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janemripley
janemripley
Aug 28 2020
10.05
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Aug 28 2020
1.0
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Way too complicated with limited help. I tried it for three days to create a character database and input forms plus a link to document - too long and too complicated. Wasted three days of my time and cancelled subscription for the Pro version. I'm going back to Scrivenor.
Panthera
Panthera
Mar 29 2016
8.03
1.0
Mar 29 2016
1.0
Version: 8.03
An english version of this application has been in progress for more than 4 years at least (probably more). Posting a german version without indicating that it is the german version is bad form...
Lutz-077
Lutz-077
Oct 13 2014
7.07
5.0
Oct 13 2014
5.0
Version: 7.07
Best Word processing Programm i've used.
Prince-Isaac
Prince-Isaac
Jun 21 2013
12.61
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Jun 21 2013
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I am of the mind that the English language version of Papyrus is languishing somewhere in the Spree (river that runs through Berlin). Here's what the dev's website states: The English version of award-winning word processor Papyrus Author can be expected Q1/2013 - Q2/2013. And today is just 9 days away from the end of Q2/2013. (hint-hint, nudge-nudge) When I contacted the dev nearly a year ago, he indicated that the timeline then was for the end of 2012 pending a finished translation. Other apps have caught up and passed Papyrus. As Milton once observed, "They also serve who only stand and wait."
Miner
Miner
Aug 17 2010
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I was intrigued by Papyrus and very happy with its options to use PDF as editable documents. But no development seems to be going on here.... Abandonware?
Macidiot
Macidiot
Jul 31 2007
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It has to be better than text editor. If I wasn't temporarily out of cash I would buy the program.
Dalahast
Dalahast
Jul 31 2007
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Of course it's better than TextEdit, TextEdit is a basic editor that will suffice for things like essays. This is for newsletters, bulletins, and the like, I'm guessing.
Dalahast
Dalahast
Jul 31 2007
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Dunno if this is better than appleworks.
Nosrac
Nosrac
Jul 31 2007
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I'm gonna bet this is a bit better than TextEdit, my current choice >
Rebelyell
Rebelyell
Jul 31 2007
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Willing to try the program.
Boris-A
Boris-A
Jul 30 2007
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How is this thing compared with Neo Office for example?
iGaucho
iGaucho
Jul 30 2007
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Papyrus is much more powerful than Pages for those comparing to iWork. It's not template based. It's a full-fledged word processor and database suite. This is definitely a great example of excellent German Mac software! Papyrus has been around for a very long time and there is a Mac and Windows version (for those who would like to use it or exchange files between platforms). Unfortunately, it's just lesser known.
Joerg73
Joerg73
Jul 30 2007
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sounds a little bit like the concept of Ragtime?!?
Thinkdifferent
Thinkdifferent
Jul 30 2007
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I wonder what "junk" they left out of their program. It does look great though.
Geopick
Geopick
Jul 30 2007
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Sounds slick; not a FrameMaker replacement.
Tony-Prince
Tony-Prince
Jul 30 2007
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Anyone using Devonthink might be interested to know that this app allows for the creation of editable pdfs, thus reducing the 'Tower of Babel' effect so much a feature of so many of my favorite apps not playing nice together.
Ddgrot
Ddgrot
Jul 30 2007
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I am looking for something with the functionality of Appleworks.
Dalahast
Dalahast
Jul 30 2007
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Looks fantastic! *update* just checked the screenshot, it's definitely good. As for iWork, dunno… I have iWork though.
Dalahast
Dalahast
Jul 30 2007
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Alright, WHAT! This thing looks awesome! Just the icon is enough to get me hooked. :-)
Sushi-Macc
Sushi-Macc
Jul 30 2007
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how does this compare to iWork? looks like a decent app
Picon
Picon
Jul 30 2007
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Looks promising, and unlike "Spaceman.Spiff", I'll do my very best to try not to hit the post button SEVEN times.
Rotorblade
Rotorblade
Jul 30 2007
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I've been looking for a light and fast office suite with a lot of functions - hopefully this will be it.
Voric
Voric
Jul 30 2007
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An excellent DTP like word processor! It is small (about 18 MB on the disk) and fast.
Spaceman-spiff
Spaceman-spiff
Jul 30 2007
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I wonder if this application can create HTML web pages as good as Macromedia Dreamweaver, or if it can create simple "TO-DO" lists.
Mark-Saur
Mark-Saur
Jul 30 2007
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Plays well with DEVONThink Pro and Charles Moore likes it. I think I'll try it myself.
mu-11
mu-11
Jul 30 2007
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Right -- it looks great, but what advantage does this have over NeoOffice?
Catflap
Catflap
Jul 30 2007
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Looks good but expensive. Maybe I'll try it later...
Paulryb
Paulryb
Jul 30 2007
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This one is new to me! Like what I see so far. Can pictures be cropped within the application or do I have to use something else for that?
Spamb8
Spamb8
Jul 30 2007
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This looks like it might be just the answer to what I've been looking for... A fast, stable, Intel-native office suite that falls somewhere between a basic text editor and the bloated behemoth which is MS Word. It has all the features that one expects from a full-featured word processor, plus the incorporation of a "built-in" database
davidgrotzky
davidgrotzky
Jul 30 2007
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I already have Mellel and iWork...don't know if this is better. I might try it later.
6ft5
6ft5
Jul 30 2007
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Fast, efficient and reliably does the job! *hands up*
maolsenspam-1
maolsenspam-1
Jul 30 2007
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Does this save or read in MS office format?
Tannit
Tannit
Jul 30 2007
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Just out of curiosity, what capacity USB key does this thing need?
Rick-Evans
Rick-Evans
Jul 30 2007
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Very exciting product, one of the few with a very smart integrated spreadsheet and a relational database. Powerful combination and could be the right product to get a creative project off your desktop and published. Nice
Modops
Modops
Jul 30 2007
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The price is a little much for me... I'm using NeoOffice now, and although it isn't perfect, it's free, and it's MS Office compatible.
Thedeane
Thedeane
Jul 30 2007
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I have watched the development of this product over the past two years, at it is apparent that they do continual updates and enhancements to the many facets of their program. They are also quite good at listening to the desires and needs of their clients. All in all, a great alternative to Microsoft Office.
Sky01
Sky01
Jul 30 2007
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Looks great and feels really fast!
The-wanderer
The-wanderer
Jul 30 2007
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I Love using Paprys because it is sooo much faster than Word. Microsoft word uses up like 65% of my CPU because I have an intel mac, but Papyrus is waaay faster. I would totally recommend this to anybody who is tired of Microsoft Office.
W0rstnitmr
W0rstnitmr
Jul 30 2007
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The thing is, I'd love to try this. I'm a little fed up with Microsoft Word and need something new. And while much of the free alternatives are good. They're not great or I just can't get into them.
Donsioof
Donsioof
Jul 30 2007
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I have been looking for an alternaive to Microsoft Word, because it has given me problems in not working correctly. I have been unable to utilize the keyboard commands for several weeks, and this has caused a number of problems. I am hoping that Papyrus fills the bill. Reasonable word processing software sounds great.
Garlicbreath
Garlicbreath
Jul 30 2007
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If you post more than one comment, does that increase your chances of winning?
Jerrymk
Jerrymk
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amazingly easy to use. Particularly for spread sheets!
Maleficio67
Maleficio67
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Papyrus seems an excellent word processor, and the idea of a carry-away program very good. But I regret the look and feel on interface, a bit too much apple-aqua-fashioned ... :)
Masterofmac
Masterofmac
Jul 30 2007
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I guess 100 dollars are too much for a word-processor. 70 dollars are a bit better but still too much for me. I can imagine that behind every application there is a lot of work but today there are a lot of free interesting alternatives.
Clhauk
Clhauk
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I've been looking for this type of program that I could carry on a mem stick and use on various machines. Guess I need to download it and try it out!
Win2mac
Win2mac
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I love it when developers take new angles at solving age old problems. This appears to be one of those apps. More power to the developers and a big thanks from us users!
Millca
Millca
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How intuitive is the desktop publishing portion? Would my 65 year old Mom be able to use it? That's the million dollar question. I would love to get her a very easy to use dp program.
Cultural-Worker
Cultural-Worker
Jul 30 2007
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Desperate to delay working on a huge project, I downloaded the demo version and was intrigued by the interface. It’s clean and elegant and, well, “snappy.” The toolbars are functional but not overwhelming. Then I opened the tutorial and was surprised by how feature rich this app is. A few things popped out from a very very quick scan through: I love how the “undos” are in a drop down menu. There is a way to mark discontinous text blocks I know I’d like to use. I found table creation fast and simple (one of my biggest complaints with Pages, whose tables are unbelievably clunky) and again the dialogues and automatic choices are visually clean and elegant. Text can be manipulated to the nth degree: leading is quickly adjusted, and you can specify fonts in decimal sizes. Printing can be on custom paper sizes. From my perspective, as a visual person, this application is made for me.
Natallica
Natallica
Jul 30 2007
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Hmm...it can be run from a USB stick? Must try! ;-)
WiZZardP1
WiZZardP1
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Papyrus is excellent software, fully of features. I registered and use this software on on Mac OS X and Windows since there was an English version of it. The support that I have received has been excellent as well. If you are looking for a good all in one processor, look no further than Papyrus plus the pricing with mupromo is unbeatable.
Wak47
Wak47
Jul 30 2007
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This looks like a good alternative to Word until Office 2008 comes out.
Rpphoto
Rpphoto
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Must be a cool app to get good reviews and have a relatively high price. Discount is better than nearly $100, though. I'll have to download it and try it... .
Garlicbreath
Garlicbreath
Jul 30 2007
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I need a good word processor. NeoOffice is pretty good, but very un-maclike.
Britonius
Britonius
Jul 30 2007
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There are a lot of comments about this software being good on here, guess I'll have to check it out. Not sure I would pay $69 for it though.
Darylf2
Darylf2
Jul 30 2007
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One cool aspect of this app is that it can save as a PDF with an editable version of the Papyrus document embedded in the PDF. So users without Papyrus can read the document without needed to "Save As" or Print to PDF, and this same version is editable for Papyrus users!
Fred-M-
Fred-M-
Jul 30 2007
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Looks interesting and worth the time to evaluate it.
Guest
Guest
Jul 30 2007
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Weird, I was just looking into getting a better Word Processor. Nisus was the application I was considering, I'll have to see how this compares.
Macflorian
Macflorian
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Papyrus seems to be very nice, an interesting alternative to other word-processors... :-)
Coronaminer
Coronaminer
Jul 30 2007
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I think I'll try it.
Balzercomp
Balzercomp
Jul 30 2007
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Let's see. According to what I heard in the past, Papyrus is well worth a try.
Delarue
Delarue
Jul 30 2007
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Let's have a look...
iGaucho
iGaucho
Jul 30 2007
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Papyrus is a great alternative to Word.
Brionybob
Brionybob
Jul 30 2007
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If Numbers doesn't appear, then this would be excellent. As it is, if iWork includes numbers then surely iWork will be better value?
Ggo
Ggo
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I looked at this before. Definitely worth another try.
Gnudlh
Gnudlh
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One aspect of this program not mentioned by others is the spreadsheet and database functionality - it aims to be more than a word processor.
Jayphotos
Jayphotos
Jul 30 2007
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Sounds like a great alternative to MS office which may be the industry standard but I find a bear to use.
Dfed
Dfed
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If it can save/read word-files, then it'll be perfect. I hate word. As Open Office is insufficient, I would like to try this.
StrictlyBagel
StrictlyBagel
Jul 30 2007
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Got to see if it is better than Word or Pages... keeping in mind that numbers is coming up.
Vvarp
Vvarp
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mmmm pricey... I was looking for MS Office replacement some time ago and currently I am happy with ThinkFree Office. I am skipping this one
Victorj
Victorj
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Mmm.... will have to check it out
Stdo
Stdo
Jul 30 2007
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Nothing for me - got enough word processors - although it has nice features...
J-splinter
J-splinter
Jul 30 2007
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Looks great to replace the old and aging MS Word!
Joeng
Joeng
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Will try the demo before buying. Wonder how it compares with MS Office.
Espiridion
Espiridion
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Here's an interesting review: http://www.applelinks.com/index.php/more/charles_moore_reviews_papyrus_office_125_office_suite/ Given the price, I'm a bit concerned about the free updates only until version 13. I'll give the demo a try anyway.
Andrewcod
Andrewcod
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Has anyone here bought it yet? Are you finding it useful so far? What have you used it for over the years? I'm still a little undecided as to whether or not I should buy it.
Welshkiwi
Welshkiwi
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How does it compare with Nisus?
Seminarian
Seminarian
Jul 30 2007
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Thanks Andy. This is one of those pieces of software I didn't know I "needed" until now
Mac-Andy
Mac-Andy
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This pice of software is one of the best office package ever. First seen on Atari ST, now under Windows and OS X. Small, feature rich, stable (really!). I do not know mellel and I do not know about stability of Word and Pages under OS X, but under Windows, if you use a document with a lot of pictures and footnotes, use papyrus. Maybe the spreadsheet and the database is not as heavy as Excel or Access/FileMaker, but for small business use it's all you need. I think "intensive development" dose not meen it's beta (it's years old!), but if you have some problems or need a feature, write a mail to R.O.M. logicware and they are helping. This software isn't expesive, with the mupromo special price its a great deal!
Billcreate
Billcreate
Jul 30 2007
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If it can really do all that they say, I think it would be really useful.
Erichd
Erichd
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hmmmmm..... this seems really, realy cool.... I wish the demo offered a bit more to let me test it properly.
Jetton1
Jetton1
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The ability to save an editable PDF seems the most useful feature.
anonymous-tern-1712
anonymous-tern-1712
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Papyrus has high marks but not enough reviews.
pandora-1
pandora-1
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While this package looks pretty feature-rich, I'm quite disappointed with the "minor" crippling effects of the demo. Rather than offering a limited time full demo, this outfit has crippled such things as printing, PDF generation, etc. to such an extent that you can't even print out their included files! For me it's always useful to have printed instructions while I learn the package, but that's impossible with this one. Maybe later...
Doctornobody
Doctornobody
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Seems a good software, i will give it a try!
Seminarian
Seminarian
Jul 30 2007
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@MrBlank: Whaaa?
Andrewcod
Andrewcod
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Papyrus seems like a nice replacement for Pages. I might consider purchasing this, since it will be useful for creating brochures, etc, which I need to do often. Thanks, MacUpdate!
Uhoo
Uhoo
Jul 30 2007
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They say on their site that the OS X version is still in 'intensive development', sounds like it's still in beta? And the download links on their site don't work.
Keydi
Keydi
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I've used Papyrus long time ago - under OS/2! I hope to win a copie now - perhaps I've the luck?
Kurzz
Kurzz
Jul 30 2007
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Lots of word proccessing software are available for the mac..most, including this one, are rather expensive.
Astroyuan
Astroyuan
Jul 30 2007
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It's a great software. But it doesn't support Chinese Fonts well. And there's one more thing about its free viewer, Papyrus ViEW, which has no MAC version =(
Tokevmur
Tokevmur
Jul 30 2007
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What the Mac community needs is a killer word processor — although Pages has some great templates it can be slow and quirky [the way you straight draw lines is pretty archaic] and the way that you can get stuck in a text box is pretty frustrating. Sometimes the simplicity and flexibility of the smaller developers can beat the bigger boys. Maybe something like Papyrus is what we need.
Peter-Clark
Peter-Clark
Jul 30 2007
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Ah - just re-read the reviews. Generates editable PDFs and nice integration with DevonThink. Sounds spiffy!
Peter-Clark
Peter-Clark
Jul 30 2007
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Sounds nice - thought I have to wonder how it compares to NeoOffice, particularly given the price, and as a cross-platform app.
Seminarian
Seminarian
Jul 30 2007
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hmm.. the reviews mention nice integration with devonthink. its too bad there are no real universal apps that can be run by both pc and mac from a memory stick.
RogerKatz
RogerKatz
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Has anyone compared it to MS Word?
Seminarian
Seminarian
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I've been wondering about an alternative to MS Word. Time to download the demo..
Iffy
Iffy
Jul 30 2007
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Err... Ok.. Answering my own question, an OS X license does _not_ allow you to use it on Windows.
Macsamurai
Macsamurai
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Still too expensive
jcraig
jcraig
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Nice looking app! Will have to take a serious look at this one.
Coryxrx
Coryxrx
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expensive tho
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Ulysses
Ulysses
Your one-stop writing environment.
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Pagehand
Pagehand
Easy to use word processor.
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Nisus Writer Pro
Nisus Writer Pro
Multilingual word processor with indexing.
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