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Word Processing

The use of a computer program to write, edit and format content. One writes the content and may either print it or save it in an electronic format. Word processing developed in the 1960s and was popularized in the 1970s and 1980s. Word processing was one of the first business uses for the personal computer.
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Along with the built-in speech recognition commands, the Command List also contains over 100 new voice commands that Speech Tools adds to Microsoft Word. These new commands allow users to open Microsoft Word dialog boxes, format text and paragraphs, copy and paste formatting, navigate between document windows and much more.
"With DocVerse, people can begin to experience some of the benefits of Web-based collaboration using the traditional Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint desktop applications."
Priority Commerce, a developer of payment-enabled applications, has introduced ReceivePay Secure Invoicing for Microsoft Word, a new plug-in for Microsoft Word, the company said today.
"Quark XML Author enhances the user-defined XML support within Microsoft Word and allows users to create XML content easily, which eliminates many of the barriers associated with the adoption of XML," said Ayca Yuksel, Senior Product Manager from Microsoft.
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The program includes a full text locater for references, smart groups for instant reference sorting, Cite While You Write integration with Microsoft Word 2008, and more features to help users maximize efficiency and focus their research.
Perception 5.0 adds one-click Microsoft Word output, Trace markers and User tables to make it even easier to get the reports users need in the formats that they want.
The MOTO Q 9c smartphone leverages the potential of high-bandwidth wireless networks with a robust set of applications such as Documents to Go, which enables viewing of e-mail attachments, including PDFs, and allows viewing and editing of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel files.
These vulnerabilities impact Microsoft Word and the Microsoft Jet Database Engine.
In addition to the guide, there is a customizable SWPPP Template (in Microsoft Word format) to assist in writing a SWPPR Also available is an Inspection Form (in Microsoft Word) that can be used in conjunction with a site map to conduct regular inspections.
Educators can use the program with any standard writing software, such as Microsoft Word, WordPad, Notepad or Outlook.

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