A word processor program is a computer program that provides word processing functions. Originally a separate type of application to desktop publishing, the two program types now overlap, with many word processors now including what were once desktop publishing functions.
Notable programs include:
A word processing function is an essential part of any office suite, and may be provided as a stand-alone program (for example Word in Microsoft Office) or as a function of a more general program (for example LibreOffice Writer in Libre Office). With the emergeance of the internet, different cloud-based word processor programs began to emerge, which allow people to work faster and more efficiently. One of these is Smashdocs, which provides many functions as version control, remote control, data processing, private comments, roles and rights management and especially working in clouds like Google Drive or Dropbox.
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