Atlantis is a word processor carefully designed with the end-user in mind. Compact, fast loading, but still powerful and efficient, Atlantis will be the perfect companion for a wide range of your word processing tasks, from simple to most complex. It does not matter if you are a novice or a power user, Atlantis has the tools you will ever need to compose highly professional documents.
WorldServer™ Desktop Workbench is a computer-aided translation (CAT) tool for translators, editors, proofreaders, and other language professionals who prefer to work offline on WorldServer assignments.
MyScript Notes is a Windows application that can convert handwirtten notes, shapes, tables and drawings into digital information ready for further use. You can use it with most major digital pen-and-paper systems, or writing devices such as graphic tablets, or handwriting capture devices.
MyScript Stylus is an application that can convert handwriting drawn using either the mouse or wacom-type stylus into text that may be inserted into any application. The recognition process uses algorithms alongside a dictionary in a user specified language. Additional words may be added to the dictionary to improve the recognition process. The application is very similar to the Windows Tablet Edition handwriting recognition panel.
PureEdge viewer is an e-form editor used by large businesses, the US Government (IRS, DOD, etc) and probably more. PureEdge forms are ASC-GZIP compressed XML documents with a file extension of XFD or XFDL. File headers usually (always?) begin with:
This is an updated version of The Student writing Center (originally deisgned for Win 3.1). Student Writing and Research Center was designed for Windows 95/98, and contains Compton's Encyclopedia. You can make newsletters, signs, personal letters, and even keep a daily journal.
Nearly identical to TypeReader Professional with the exception that the actual OCR is done on a remote OCR server. When trying to OCR a page WebOCR crashes, but other functions of the program seem to work as well as TypeReader.
Writer's Blocks is a simple piece of software that lets you organize a writing project (or anything else) using an index-card-like interface. It is not a complex program with multiple screens, but a simple program, with information, or links to information, clearly visible.
This is a little word-processor aimed at the serious writer with a slow computer; instead of treating documents as seperate files that have to be loaded and saved, it stores everything in a compact local database. Wierd concept, but a few people are really loyal to it, and the program really has no bloat (it started out as Windows 3.1 shareware, and hasn't fundamentally changed since then).