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Old 11-26-2010, 07:49 AM   #63
Dr. Drib
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The new version of WriteWay Pro (1.9) is a significant enhancement to a very fine program.

It's very sophisticated and polished, and has a wonderful way of tracking your writing goals.

Also, you don't need to import or export text: Just simply print it from within the program, fully previewing your document in Draft, Document, or Galley mode (and printing in any one of those three modes, if desired).

WriteWay Pro works on the idea that scenes comprise a chapter, and this is how one works on a story or novel.

There's also a Storyboard button and a Characters button that one can use to create characters and character traits, filling in the necessary information as it suits the writer. Or simply ignore it.

The Storyboard is very versatile and can be viewed in different ways, showing either Book Notes, Act Notes Chapter Notes, or Scene Notes.

There's also a Research window, where one can record linked websites or just fill in information, as desired.

There's a lot more here - and I should probably contribute some screen shots - but this is starting to turn into a mini-review. It's a fully mature program and is a joy to use.

I'm not affiliated with the program or the programmer.



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