If you are looking for TextMaker Viewer, you have come to the right place. We explain what TextMaker Viewer is and point you to the official download.
What is TextMaker Viewer?
TextMaker Viewer is a free viewer from SoftMaker that allows the user to primarily view documents created with TextMaker, a word processing application that is included in the SoftMaker Office Suite.
The software however, is also able to read document formats created with other word processing programs such as Microsoft Word, with file extension .doc; Office Open XML, with file extension .docx; OpenDocument, with extension .odt; Rich Text Format, with extension .rtf; and HyperText Markup Language, with extensions .htm and .html. It is also able to open Plain Text files, with extension .txt. TextMaker Viewer also allows the user to print the documents in their native formats.
This is a standalone program that can be downloaded from the SoftMaker website. Other programs included in the SoftMaker Office Suite are PlanMaker, which is a spreadsheet application; Presentations, a slide show creator; and BasicMaker, a programming utility that is loosely based on Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). Older versions of TextMaker used to be offered as a standalone program as well.
The software is compatible with Linux, Windows, Android, Windows Mobile and Windows CE.
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File types supported by TextMaker Viewer
Our users primarily use TextMaker Viewer to open these file types:
About file types supported by TextMaker Viewer
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Last updated: : March 11, 2013