If you are looking for TextMaker, you have come to the right place. We explain what TextMaker is and point you to the official download.
What is TextMaker?
TextMaker is a word processing utility that works well with the Microsoft Word application, developed by SoftMaker; a software company based in Germany. TextMaker is primarily distributed under proprietary (commercial or freeware) licensing, and works effectively with Windows, Linux and Android platforms.
The development of TextMaker software began in 1987 under MS-DOS program, which featured built-in database functionality and object mode utility. TextMaker supports diverse document formats which includes .tmd (TextMaker), .odt (OpenDocument), .rtf (Rich Text Format), .doc or .docs (Microsoft Word), .txt (Plain Text), .psw or .pwd (Pocket Word), and .htm (HTML). In addition, TextMaker provides multi-lingual utility which contains hyphenation in 29 languages; spell checker in 20 languages; thesaurus in 10 languages; translation dictionary in 5 languages; and a user interface available in 14 languages. However, TextMaker does not provide both grammar checker and character count checker.
What is more, TextMaker provides some common publishing and editing utilities which includes direct sending of documents by means of fax or email, without the need of switching back and forth between windows.
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File types supported by TextMaker
Our users primarily use TextMaker to open these file types:
About file types supported by TextMaker
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Last updated: : January 29, 2013