But Office is costly, and it's bloated with features few users ever need or even know about. Budget-conscious users and system-resource skinflints can look to several alternatives: In this review, we examine Ashampoo Office The sole difference is that Ashampoo's version is less expensive and does not include BasicMaker, the programming language add-on. This review focuses on TextMaker and PlanMaker. TextMaker is the word processing component, the equivalent of Microsoft Word. Well, the relationship is more like own brand supermarket cola as compared to Coke.
These basic applications are compatible with Microsoft Office and OpenOffice, which means that they will be able to read, and also edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents. The word processor, TextMaker, allows you to create documents containing text, tables and images, while performing the editing and formatting actions common to utilities of its kind.
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