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Other sites of interest to writers
(Language, Quotes, Writing, Publishing, Shareware, Freeware,
If you use Google to
search the Internet, here is a short list of things you can do
with it to make searches faster and more productive: http://www.google.com/intl/en/help/cheatsheet.html.
(You can even use the Search field as a simple calculator!)
If you don't already
have Google's Search bar added to your web browser, look for
"Toolbar" here: http://www.google.com/intl/en/options/index.html.
- Acklen -
- http://www.wpwriter.com/ - Laura Acklen, author of several
Absolute Beginner's Guide books on WordPerfect and co-author
of Que's Special Edition - Using WordPerfect, maintains
this site of articles, tips, etc. She also has written other
- Broadhead ("JDan")
- J Dan Broadhead wrote
the PerfectScript core language. http://www.jdan.com/perfectscript/.
See also the online version of the WordPerfect
Macro Manual (for WP8, but still very useful for later versions).
- CompuSavvy's Word
& WordPerfect Tips -
- http://compusavvy.wordpress.com - Jan Berinstein's blog for
users of Microsoft Word and Corel WordPerfect. (Jan is also the
webmistress of WordPerfect
- Corel (Canada) -
- http://www.corel.com/ - Corel® Inc.. - Corel's
- Facebook -
- Jeppson -
- Julie's Perfect
Script Journal contained monthly articles of
particular usefulness to those who want to learn to write macros.
Hasn't been updated in a long while but it's still useful. For
her books, see here.
- Koenecke -
- http://www.macros.koenecke.us/ - Macros and tips for WP6-WP9
by Mike Koenecke, including his famous envelope-printing macros
and a nice menu macro (Macro Menu) that plays your own preferred
macros from a push-button list.
Also see his
- MAKMacros, which has a Microsoft Word cleanup
macro (a simple macro to clean up codes from imported Word documents);
- SendKeys macro, which replaces the broken SendKeys
feature in WordPerfect 9, 10, and 11;
toolbar concept -- a graphic screen shot of his WordPerfect setup,
showing the Directories toolbar running down the left of the
screen. Each button accesses a separate directory. (Instructions
- Loudenback -
- http://www.dougloudenback.com/wp.htm - Doug Loudenback's tips and
macros. He has a PDF document that "lists 176 shortcut keystrokes
for WordPerfect 10's CUA keyboard and 140 shortcut keystrokes
for Wp10's DOS keyboard." For macro programmers, he has
a PDF file (594 KB) that is a "121 page hypertexted document
which includes the 2175 System and Product Commands and the 473
PerfectScript commands for WordPerfect 10 Macro language."
Doug Loudenback's "A
Common Person's Macro Manual"
- McComb -
- http://gmccomb.com/ - Gordon McComb, author and
macro programmer. On this site you'll find his new WordPerfect
Support CD-ROM, WordPerfect for Windows Macros, 201 PowerMacros
(WP7/WP8) and other help for the beginner to advanced user. The Vault has a few macros
and templates - See also his Cutting
Edge advanced-level macro writing page (includes a document
construction kit and a paper on using INI files to store data).
- Merrell -
- http://www.star-dot-star.co.uk/wpmacs1.htm - "A World of WordPerfect
for Windows Macros Bookmarked" by Paul E. Merrell. A lengthy
list of sites containing WordPerfect for Wndows macros.
- Science Translations
- http://www.graphcat.com/ - Science Translations Software
Services(TM) is the home of Graphcat Clip Art Cataloger, FontKat
Font Cataloger, The Letterhead Kit Business Correspondence Assistant,
and Bookbild Pamphlet Publisher for WordPerfect, and the Wood
Clips Graphics Collections. Evaluation editions are available
for download. Also see their links page.
- University of Arkansas
- http://www.uark.edu/staff/dksander/public_html/wplinks.html - WordPerfect resources and
support from a short course on WordPerfect at the university.
- WordPerfect for
DOS Updated -
- http://www.columbia.edu/~em36/wpdos/ - Maintained by Edward Mendelson,
Contributing Editor to PC Magazine, who writes, "This site
was created as a way to share printer drivers and other
files that can be of help to anyone who, like me, wants to continue
to use WordPerfect for DOS in the twenty-first century."
- WordPerfect Language
Assistants (Greek, Hebrew, Cyrillic) -
- http://www.smouter.net/wpassist - WP Language Assistants from
Willem Smouter. "WordPerfect offers nice character-sets
for languages with non-latin characters. Language Modules are
available to type them. For those who want to include just a
few lines of foreign characters in their documents, however,
these official Modules are not easy to use. As an alternative,
I developed my Greek, Hebrew and Cyrillic WP Assistants."
[WP DOS and WP Windows. Freeware.]
- WordPerfect Universe
- A WordPerfect User-to-User
Message Board, which is a forum for WP users (http://www.wpuniverse.com).
And for the WP fan, here's
where you can buy coffee mugs, basebal caps, and t-shirts with
the WPUniverse logo. See also: WordPerfect
- WordPerfect Writer
- http://www.wpwriter.com/You_Find_the_Answer/you_find_the_answer.html - A list of links by QUE author
Laura Acklen to various web sites and newsgroups that offer help
- WordPerfect vs.
Microsoft Word -
- If you or someone you
know are thinking about buying (or switching to) either of these
two word processors, you may want to visit http://www.wpvsword.com/.
The site contains comparisons of the various versions of each
program. For example, for a comparison between WordPerfect 11
and Microsoft Word 11: http://www.wpvsword.com/wp11vsword11/ [or: http://web.archive.org/web/20120910081232/http://www.wpvsword.com/wp11vsword11/index.php]
WordPerfect more cost-effective than MSWord? A very experienced user of
both programs compared certain features of both programs in a
"production environment" in TechnoLawyer (2006); see
thread in WordPerfect Universe.
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