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QJot is a relatively small alternative rich text editor that saves .doc files, inserts images. It is basically meant to serve as a good WordPad replacement. It supports Unicode and runs under Windows 2000 and Windows XP. Its native format is RTF, but it can open, edit and save Word and WordPerfect files (though not with all of their features). It can be used with any script that is supported by Windows and for which a font and a keyboard driver are installed, including right-to-left scripts. QJot can run from a floppy as well. Version 5.7 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
License Free
File Size 599.31 kB
Version 5.9.1
Operating System Windows XP Windows 2000 Windows
System Requirements Windows 2000/XP
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