Word Perfect in Linux?

Karen Lewellen klewellen at shellworld.net
Sat Mar 29 02:14:53 UTC 2014

Hi Paul,
Now you will get showered with appreciation twice.  For what you provided 
earlier, going back to that one, and what you provide here.
Question? is there anywhere on the planet where wordperfect 6.3 for dos 
can be found?
I have wp 5.1, rarely used, 6.0 and  6.2 for dos on my main computer.  I 
use Wordperfect for dos many many times a day in fact.  Still I have never 
heard of 6.3?
Thanks for all you provided professionally, and for being here on 
this list.

On Fri, 28 Mar 2014, Paul Merrell wrote:

> On Fri, Mar 28, 2014 at 2:32 PM, Hart Larry <chime at hubert-humphrey.com> wrote:
>> Thanks so much Paul-and-All for those articles-and-file locations. Given a
>> chance to finally have an access to reveal codes, as well as an ability to
>> nuke hard returns as a search-and-replace, will certainly be nice. From a
>> beginning DOS user in 1994 I found WP6 powerful but eventually easy2use.
>> Thanks once again
> You're welcome. For my money, WordPerfect 6.3 for DOS was the pinnacle
> of word processors. None of the Windows versions can compete. If it
> only had long filename support, I'd probably be running it still.
> Best regards,
> Paul
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