Natural Word from Software Theories
|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Win95,Win98,WinME,WinNT 3.x,WinNT 4.x,Windows2000,WinXP,Windows2003,Windows Vista Starter,Windows Vi|
|File size:||8.55 MB|
|Publisher:||Software Theories Inc.|
Publisher description for Natural Word from Software Theories
Natural Word allows the user to command Microsoft Word using their own words. Finally, make Word do what you want it to do without memorizing cryptic menus, toolbars, or command syntax. Simply type in what you want, using your own words. Natural Word integrates seamlessly into Microsoft Word. When editing a document, press the command key (` or ~). A prompt will appear - type in what you want in your own words, press enter, and watch it happen. The user can be as eloquent or terse as they want. For instance, to change the text color, you can type 'make the text blue', or 'blue font', or simply 'blue'. To create a table, type in 'create table', or '3 by 2 table', or 'make boxes with 3 rows and 2 columns'. Based on interviews with all sorts of users, Natural Word has been programmed to understand most common commands without forcing the user to know a lot about Microsoft Word. Don't know what 'italics' is called? Try 'make the text slanted', or 'tilt the text to the right'. Don't know what an 'indent' is? Try 'move the text to the right', or 'place the text at 5 on the ruler'.