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Do not confuse with Windows Live Writer. Microsofts Write is a simple text processing program, which is contained in Windows 1.0 and higher, up to Windows NT 3.51. Earlier releases of Write only work with Write (.wri) and after Windows 3.0, Write was able to read and write early Microsoft Office document (.doc).
Write became OLE-enabled with Windows 3.1. Under Windows 95, Write was superseded by WordPad. Write is a text processing program that provides extra editing functions not found in Notepad (a basic text editor), such as a selection of fonts, text decoration and indentations for different parts of the work.
In contrast to WordPad before Windows 7, Write could warrant a section. In contrast to the Windows edition, Microsoft Write for the Atari ST was the Atari edition of Microsoft Word 1.05 that was made available for the Apple Macintosh, while it had the same name as the application that was part of Microsoft Windows in the 1980s and early 1990s While the application was introduced in 1986, various latencies led to the application arriving in 1988 The Atari edition was a unique and never upgraded.
Microsoft published Microsoft Write for Macintosh in October 1987. were a reduced-feature Microsoft Write for Microsoft World, which Microsoft was hoping to substitute for the ageing MacWrite in the Macintosh text processing industry. The price for writing was significantly lower than the price of using Microsoft Office Wor, although MacWrite was available with new Macintoshes at the tim. Writing is best described as Wordproofed in" Short Menus" modus, and as such it uses the same data type, so the user can swap data without any conversion Write did not sold well and was set before the System 7 age.
Mircrosoft Write was part of a short-lived movement towards "light" text processing devices in the Mac, triggered by the launch of the Portable and early PowerBook series. The others were LetterPerfect and Nisus Compact. 1985 Windows 1.0 with Microsoft Write was published. This was a simple text editor that should be more complicated than Notepad.
The Macintosh was very similar and had all the same functions. Saving and writing to Write.wri file, a new file type specifically designed for Microsoft Write. Subsequent releases could be stored in Word.doc file formats. Writing has been superseded by WordPad under Windows 95. The WordPad can read.wri documents, but cannot store them.
Since Write was packaged with Windows, it was free, unlike the Atari and Macintosh version, which costs more. The name of Write has been modified in Wordpad, although the name of the application is still "write" in the "Windows Accessories" directory.