Geoff and Randall-
Thanks for your answers, as well as reasons.
Is it possible to customize the Virtaul PC install so that it's not so
just install the very minimum Virtual that's required, and then only
install WordPerfect? (Not the entire WP Office Suite)
First, 'reveal codes' is the best idea for making sure formal business
correspondence is, well...
word/format perfect. My office matters are somewhat formal and often
legal, so having a professional doc is important. Not one single file
of mine from WP 11 transferred to Word/Mac. Obviously, the
content/archives for many years worth of business files is of
importance, but it's also the formatting of these docs/archives that are
so equally important.
I can live without the complete WP Suite, but I can't live without my
beloved basic WP!
How about this: Convince Steve Jobs that buying WP Office Suite from
Corel would be incredibly smart and savvy thing to do... and of course,
pre-load all Apple Computers and products w/WP Suite???
Just a wonderful little daydream of a thought.
Again, Thank You
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, "Randall C. Wilson" <rwilson@...>
> Virtual pc works rather well on a G5 dual. and, of course, that lets
> you keep the version of WP you are used to.
> Wordperfect Mac running under Classic is even more seamless, and
> while WP mac has a great interface and we all love it, it may differ
> too much from the Windows version for your tastes. As long as you
> successfully install classic under OSX 10.4 (Tiger) --I had some
> problems with that--- you should be able to use WP 3.5e for the
> foreseeable future. Still some of the work-arounds to integrate WP
> 3.5e with OSX are not entirely seamless.
> I for one am learning to use Word better (since it cannot be avoided
> and is a powerful program) and will pick up on an OSX "Word
> compatible" word processor for my future work one of these days. I
> will be looking particularly at Mellel (sp?) and Nisus Writer Express
> though there's half a dozen out there.
> The next release of Nisus Writer Express will include support for
> building tables of contents and indexes. That's when I'll try it out.
> Until then there's no problem for me in continuing to create in WP
> Since you face a learning curve almost any direction you look, I'd
> advise you to do some window shopping. You'll want to choose a
> replacement for WP by the time you decide to upgrade your OSX system
> beyond Tiger. At that point, the Classic environment that runs
> WP3.5e will no longer be supported by Apple, and 3rd party unix hacks
> can't be counted on to work for something you use daily.
> It will be interesting to see what happens with Virtual PC at that
> >Hello to You All-
> >I feel very lucky to have stumbled into this forum...
> >After spending several frustrating hours trying to find
> >the'Holy-Grail' of answers for using WordPerfect on my new Mac, this
> >link came via a company that makes 'NeoOffice'....
> >I absolutely love WordPerfect, and have used the program since it
> >I have been a 'PC' user for 20+ years. My business is Music
> >Production, Publishing and Songwriter Representation, where the
> >industry standard for audio recording and most all 'creative' related
> >businesses like video, film, graphic design, advertising...etc use
> >Mac's. My recording studio is a Mac based DAW (Digital Audio
> >Workstation) w/a ProTools Recording setup. However, the office
> >business has been PC based.... hence, WordPerfect.
> >Being absolutely fed-up w/ Windows, I enthusiastically switched the
> >office system to a Mac G5 Dual.....
> >You guessed it. NO WORDPERFECT!!! Help .... PLEASE.
> >I've searched and re-searched for an answer.
> >(Other than organizing a buy-out of Corel, then merge w/Apple)
> >What's the best way to go?
> >Classic Mode w/Tiger OS-X and WordPerfect 3.5? (seems old)
> >OR, the dreaded Virtual Pee-C, w/WordPerfect...? (seems scary)
> >NeoOffice, and other new companies, etc....? (seems shakey)
> >Thanks, and w/love, in advance!
> >Lost in Los Angeles,
> >Yahoo! Groups Links
> /S/ Randall
> Alternate: mailto:gryndal@...
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