From Objectpark Software:
Tired of your text processor?
LetterWorks allows you to write quality letters with ease and style.
Focus on the text to write while layout, formatting and default text are determined by a predefined stationery!
- You can choose from the included stationeries or roll your own.
- Create professional quality letters by faciliating pdf letter heads that print with your letters!
- Address Book and vCard support allow you to fill in the receiver instantly via drag & drop.
- LetterWorks was created from ground up for Mac OS X using Cocoa - feel it!
What's new in this version:
- improved Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) compability
- bug fixes
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