Tag Archives: Best Word Processors

What are the best word processors on the market? Is MS Word better than Apple Pages, who wins in a contest between Google Docs and LibreOffice? in this section we will answer those questions and more. This is a tag section, which means that anything relating to “Best Word Processors” will be answered by the writers on Freelance With Us and will be discussed in full.

Word processors are an essential tool for any writer. In the virtual world they rely on these programs to create the documents that earn them the money. Most writers will simply go with the software that was already installed on their computer, but this is a huge mistake. There are so many programs out there to choose from, so many programs that may provide a better options, programs that could make your life easier.

So, take a look and see if you can find one that works for you.

Scrivener Free Trial Research (Review of this Free Writing Program)

Trying something out before you invest is a great concept, right? When you go into the store or surf the web and see something that looks cool and seems great, it’d be nice to know somehow in advance it’s going to work for you. If you’ve ever bought something online without a free trial or […]

Using Scrivener to Collect/Store Research for Writing Projects

No matter what kind of writing you do, chances are you need to do some research for your writing project somewhere along the line. Unfortunately, although research and formatting are very needed in almost every writing project, they’re two of the functions that quite frankly can suck up a lot of potential writing time. One […]

Scrivener vs Storyist: Specialist Writing Software for Writers

I recently discovered a little tip that I wish I’d known sooner about tin snips. Their handles are color-coded to indicate how they are designed to cut best. Tin snips designed to cut straight are yellow-handled, snips designed to cut counterclockwise in tight curves are red-handled, and clockwise cutting tin snips have green handles. Had […]

FocusWriter Review: A Free Text Editor

I ran across an amazing software program while researching the best free text editors for writers. I usually do all my writing in MS Word or OpenOffice, so I wasn’t at all familiar with FocusWriter when I downloaded it. Some quick research as part of my writing process revealed it is a free text editor […]

OmmWriter Review: Free Text Editing

If you’re a writer who has always dreamed of having a room of your own in which to write but your current situation doesn’t allow for a private writing room, Ommwriter is the next best thing. In fact, one thing many writers have in common, whether writing for their private journal, a book, or for […]

Best Free Text Editors for Writers

What is a Text Editor? Text editors are designed to view and edit plain text documents. Text editors typically offer minimal built-in integration features and are a scaled down version of full-fledged integrated development environment (IDE) text editors used by programmers and developers for programming and web design. Text editors are ideally fast and lightweight […]

Word Versus LaTex: Word Processing Stand-off

Those familiar with using word processing software may know that it replaced the typewriter, which in a way it certainly did. Back in the day, there were manual typewriters, and then electric typewriters replaced later by electric word processor machines and duplicating machines. But back when typewriters were more prevalent, there was also something in […]

Ulysses App Review: Note Taking for Mac and iOS

If you’re a Mac or iOS user who has your writing spread out between a word processing software program and several other mobile apps for note taking and storage, it’s time to consider a more cohesive option. Productivity in writing is impacted by so many different factors and tied to many of them is the […]

Word versus Google Docs: Offline vs Online Word Processing

Word processing has come a long way. Before word processing software and computers came word processor machines. Before that electric typewriters and even manual typewriters. Manual typewriters are mostly found in museums now, but they may be hiding in your attic or the bottom of a dusty closet. If the thought of typing on a […]

Corel WordPerfect Versus MS Word: Which is Best?

The main reason to make use of word processing software such as Microsoft Word or Corel WordPerfect is so that you can effectively share ideas and thoughts. When it comes to documentation of events, historical facts, thoughts, and ideas, our world has evolved from an oral documentation society to a written documentation society. And thus, with […]