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From: "Wayne Jones" <>
Subject: RE: MS Works and MS Word (was RE: [SR-NEWBIE] "Edit - Find")
Date: Sat, 1 Mar 2003 10:16:17 -1000
Like I said, I have Works 6 (which I believe is the latest) and it DOES NOT
include WORD. I also have Office 2000 which does include WORD. While Works
has a word processor based on Word, it is no where as powerful as Word. A
check of the TOOLS menu will start to show the difference. For instance,
WORD has a document merge that Works does not, Word has the ability to
track changes, Works does not and so forth.
From: Cora Henricks [mailto:]
Sent: Saturday, March 01, 2003 10:01 AM
Subject: MS Works and MS Word (was RE: [SR-NEWBIE] "Edit - Find")
Works can be purchased by itself and includes word
processor, database, spreadsheet. Works Suite does include
MS Word and a few other programs in addition to MS Works
with its own word processor, spreadsheet and data base as
In another mail, I will mention some free alternatives.
--- Wayne Jones <> wrote:
> Word is NOT part of the Works Suite -- The Works word
> processor is similar
> but not as feature packed, unless they changed since
> Works version 6.
> Wayne, NH6K
> -----Original Message-----
> From: [mailto:]
> Sent: Saturday, March 01, 2003 9:36 AM
> Subject: Re: [SR-NEWBIE] "Edit - Find"
> In a message dated 3/1/03 2:20:55 PM Eastern Standard
> > i have windows xp home. is microsoft word a special
> program, how do i get
> > it?
> MS Word can be purchased as a separate Word Processing
> program, as a part of
> the MS Office Suite, and also as a part of the MS Works
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