WordTime

WordTime 3.3

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WordTime is a simple, yet efficient word processor for your Mac.
 
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WordTime is a simple, yet efficient word processor for your Mac. It provides you with a series of convenient tools that make text editing an easy task to perform.
The program's interface is neat and uncluttered. The most commonly used text editing features are conveniently placed as small icons on the toolbar, while other special options are waiting to be discovered within its drop-down and contextual menus. For a proper view of your composition, you can control the layout by means of a page-rescaling slide bar placed at the bottom of the working area. In addition, the tool comes with a real-time word and character counter.

Besides more standard features like font style and color selection, text highlighting, row spacing, and picture insertion, the program supports a series of smart options that distinguish this utility from other word processors. Namely, the application features automatic word completion, grammar correction, continuous spell-check, and word defining. What is more, a text can be easily capitalized or turned into upper and, respectively, lower case, without retyping the words and phrases manually. Finding specific words and their collocations is a simple task to enable. Not only can you search for certain words and expressions, but you can also replace document content with the text that you determine. The program allows you to stamp your projects with the current date and time, and save them as more-or-less-common file formats, such as RTF, RTFD, DOC, DOCX, XML, TXT, ODT, and WEBARHIVE.

WordTime makes text processing easy and comfortable. The editing features are quite rich and versatile for a free document processor.

Ioana Dumitrescu
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Review summary

Pros

  • Word auto-completion
  • Checks and corrects misspelled words
  • Offers to correct grammar
  • Word and character counter
  • Stamps documents with current date and time
  • Includes a word dictionary
  • Auto-save option

Cons

  • No support for tables or graphics
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