Editors' reviewSince we're stuck with Microsoft Word, we may as well make the best of it. WordPlus offers several simple tools designed to improve the industry-standard word processor. The most useful is a form-letter tool for sending personalized e-mails to multiple addresses. You simply insert special macro fields into your document, and WordPlus fills them in with contact data from various sources, such as the Outlook Address Book, an Access database, or a tab-delimited list. People who send the occasional personalized e-mail might find this useful, but those who work with mailing lists on a regular basis should probably go with a more powerful program. WordPlus's other features, such as the ability to preview and search Word documents, don't strike us as essential. We like the idea behind WordPlus, but $29 is too much to pay for a middling collection of utilities.
WordPlus offers Microsoft Word users sophisticated tools to help them with their day-to-day business correspondence. 1) Organize elegant personalized e-mail and postal newsletters by merging external databases (Outlook, WAB, Excel, Acess, CSV, TAB) with the Word document. 2) Preview Word documents without opening them. 3) Search documents using keywords inside a Word document. 4) Search and replace word or phrase in all documents. 4) Log files - last 50 opened documents. WordPlus speeds up documentation activities to help you gear-up your business to the maximum.