Windows offers a vast array of high-end features, including many page-layout capabilities and powerful graphics handling and formatting. It is very similar to Microsoft's Word for Windows in many respects; both programs are much easier to learn than their DOS counterparts, and both are becoming 'saturated' with features. WordPerfect for Windows offers more than 200 menu options, column-layout capabilities, support for multiple fonts, programmable macros, table generation, indexing and the ability to size and place graphics. It includes a spelling checker, equation editor, thesaurus, and file manager/viewer. Users can choose between a Common User Access (CUA) compliant interface or one that resembles that of DOS WordPerfect. Macros are not entirely compatible with those in the DOS version; the package includes a BASIC-like macro language with loops and conditional statements. WordPerfect provides a 'Button Bar' customizable icon-based menu strip similar to the Smart Icons feature in Lotus' Ami Pro.
Source Citation:Baran, Nicholas. "WordPerfect for Windows." Byte 17.n3 (March 1992): 257(2). Academic OneFile. Gale. BROWARD COUNTY LIBRARY. 17 Sept. 2009
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