word processor history -- interesting article (Evan Koblentz)
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Fri Jul 8 14:31:00 CDT 2016
I used, until my Windows XP days, an editor called Qedit. Q.exe It was
fast and one could edit columns as well as rows. This made it useful for
pre-parsing of data files.
I also used PEdit, an IBM program. I used to teach DisplayWrite 4 at the
IBM Customer Center in Wilmington, Delaware.
I must have a few dozen word processor programs, little ones mostly, from
various systems. A lot of WordStar versions in particular for CP/M.
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