[guispeak] Fwd: Kim Komando Cool Site of the Day -- Thursday, November 25, 2004

  • From: Andy Baracco <wq6r@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: guispeak@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 25 Nov 2004 21:28:24 -0800

Has anyone tried to use this one with a screen reader?

AND NOW FOR TODAY'S SITE... Power to the people

If you're a starving student or a fixed-income senior, help is on the
way! AbiWord is a word processor similar to Microsoft Word, only it
doesn't cost a penny!

Programmers who encourage free software (called Open Source)
created AbiWord. Using this software, you can read and write Word
documents. You can create tables, lists, images and styles. You can
even mail merge.

Best of all, AbiWord is multi-platform-- use it on Windows, Linux and
other operating systems. A Mac version is on the way.

At a wee 4.9 megabytes, AbiWord works on geezer computers. For me, it
looked and acted like a skinny Word, but with an intuitive Mac feel.
Check it out!


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