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So if you've ever tried to write a long paper with a text editor - novel, script, thesis or whatever - then you know it's quite unsuitable for the job. That' s why Literature & Latte has created Scrivener, considered one of the best software for authors.
It' very cheap at $40 and $45 (for the Windows and Mac versions), but for a short period of theft. In particular, StackSocial has Scrivener 1.9 for Windows for $18 if you use the voucher codes scratchv10 at the box office and Scrivener 2.0 for Mac for $18 with the voucher codes ScriIV20.
It has been developed specifically for writers, scriptwriters, reporters, students, graduates and others who are planning, organizing and composing long formats. After fighting with Microsoft Word for my self-published book (which, frankly, has some outdated chapters), I can say without a doubt that something like Scrivener would have made things a whole new world.
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The Ability Office? Shareware OnSale has Ability Office 6 for free. Completely platform-independent with the Microsoft Suites and with a selection of either native or ribbon-like interfaces, Ability Office looks like a fairly complete game.