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Nisus Writer Pro 1.1 Preview available now

updated 02:10 pm EDT, Tue April 15, 2008

Nisus Writer Pro 1.

Nisus Software has announced the upcoming release of Nisus Writer Pro 1.1 Preview, the latest version of the company's alternative word processor. This release adds several new features including Comments, Mail Merge, Go to Page, and more. Also added is a Large Caret option, as well as several additions and enhancements to the Nisus Macro Language. Nisus Writer Pro 1.1 will be available later this Spring for only $80. A CD version is available for an additional $10. A three license Family Pack is available for $100. Nisus Writer Pro uses the same core as Nisus Writer Express, but sports several additional or expanded features including a Table of Contents generator, indexing, bookmarks. There's also attribute sensitive search, that allows you to locate items in documents based on their formatting.




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  1. JackWebb

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Looking forward

    Nisus Writer Express has been one of the most transparent for working with .doc files with others and at a pretty good alternative price too. I haven't attempted Pro yet.

  1. uucp

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Nisus still in business?

    That's surprising. How much revenue can this product possibly generate?

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