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    Discuss the new word processor here.
    James Hromadka, TreoCentral Editor
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    Sounds promising... just getting it installed now.
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    MarkEagle
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    Woohoo! Installing now.
    -Vincent
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    Finally!!!! If it can do all it promises (and the Mac conduit comes out soon), I'll purchase it when the final version is released.
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    James:

    Just a thought...when you post a question pertaining to one of the stories, could you link back to the story? It'd make it easier to backtrack for those of us that tend to visit the site backwords (ie I read the forums first).

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    -David Byrne
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    I REALLY like this. I had been searching for a memo program that would go to the memo starting with a letter I wrote rather than starting a new memo. I also like the doc tab, now I dont have to start another program (Quickword or Smartdoc) It has amazing abilities and I will buy it as soon as it is available.
    My Treo has more memory than I do.
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    Does anyone have an idea of how much WordSmith is going to cost?
    "Attitudes are contagious... Is YOURS worth catching?"
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    Tucked away in one of the info screens, WordSmith claims that it is going $29.95 when released. The Web site says there will be a discount if you buy during the beta period.
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    Excellent.

    However, I just ordered a laptop today. :P But yes, allied with my Stowaway, it'll be great for the times I don't want to lug my 7.5 laptop around.
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    This product looks good, but I'd rather see Spell Checking built in one of these DOC editors before all of the pretty formatting features.

    Cutting Edge? Are you out there?

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    I've wanted an app like this since I started using Palms years ago. It should come bundled with all new Palm pilots. Not to mention it comes from a great company. I will certainly buy it as soon as it becomes available. I have the anemic QuickOffice and the featureless and non-inuitive Docs to Go Professional. This blows them both away.
    -Terry
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    This might just be the #1 Visor-related xmas present i get this year ...

    HURRAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Joe
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    I've been playing with it for about 45 minutes and -- man, does this program rule! And it synchs to AbiWord and StarOffice (he said, being a Linux-using second-class citizen). Like j762538, I love the Memo and Doc tabs that appear when you map the Memo Pad button to WordSmith.

    It's hard to believe it's taken so long for a product like this to hit the market. At $29.95, it's a steal.

    [Edited by Gameboy70 on 12-13-2000 at 01:02 AM]
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    Anyone care to compare/contrast to DocumentsToGo?
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    How is the support for the Stowaway keyboard?
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    It works great with the Stowaway (so far!).

    So far everything looks pretty good, and the integration with M$ Word is almost seamless.

    My gripes are that it takes up so much RAM, and is a little slow to load.

    Also, has anyone tried to view a DOC larger than 200KB? I've tried a couple of times and my VPl keeps hanging.
    Will probably report to Blue Nomad soon.
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    Someone mentioned the "anemic" quick office. I have been usign Quicksheet ofr years and am a big fan. I was planning to upgrade to quickoffice soon. Can someone do a compare/contrast with Quickoffice, Docs to Go, and Wordsmith? What are the advantages, features, ect.?

    Mabey a VC review?
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    I have yet to try this out... but here's the wierd part:

    A blue Visor with color support?

    It looks like it on the frontpage. I know the difference, a screen capture and then pasted over a Visor case... but for people here who can't get enough Visor I am surprised no one noticed it yet.
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    It is obviously just a screenshot pasted over a BVD. The real main page shows a BVD with a regular monochrome screen.

    If you look at the right hand side of the "color" screen on the donwload page for Wordsmith, you can see the brownish/green color of the monochrome screen poking through.

    I admit I am a little disapointed that HS did not offer the Prism in any other color options, but at least they did not do basic black or grey.
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    Thats was me. I was really referring to Quickword which is a slightly upgraded version of SmartDoc. I have also used Quciksheet for years although I just switched to Tinysheet for its color support.

    Originally posted by ruexp67
    Someone mentioned the "anemic" quick office. I have been usign Quicksheet ofr years and am a big fan. I was planning to upgrade to quickoffice soon. Can someone do a compare/contrast with Quickoffice, Docs to Go, and Wordsmith? What are the advantages, features, ect.?

    Mabey a VC review?
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