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Written on: 06/07/2000 by J.Metzger. (1 review written)
More commanality in a smaller package than any other office
School or home suite
Purchasers can produce from templates, posters newsletter
buisness letters basic forms and complicated multipage documents
without the neddd for specialized courses that are required in
so many other Suites.
New Deal can revive all your old hardware run in under 60
MB of drive space and still function on your latest system
that brand new Althion or Pentium 3.
Your old note book the one that isn't usable (no… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/05/2000 by Nicholas Lentz. (1 review written)
NewDeal is a very small and fast office suite. It works great if you need basic functionality, but not for advanced use. It has probems importing large files and viewing large websites due to real mode limitations. The filters are also very limited (no Word 6.0, or 95 filters, no Excel filters for 95/97, and so on). The web browser is very limited and unstable, although I hear that it will be much better in NewDeal 2000, due out this summer… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/05/2000 by Stephen Haffly. (1 review written)
New Deal Office 98, Release 3.2a is the latest version of this software. It is a combination of an operating system (GEOS) and a productivity suite that also incluses many other features and Internet access capability.
This revision incorporates the features of the prior version (release 3) with the Internet Kit. This sofware will run on equipment which has been left behind by the dominant software makers.
Although some may need features that this package doesn't support (such as native… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/05/2000 by Kelly Bergen. (1 review written)
NewDeal is a great solution for computers you thought could only be sent to a landfill. I use the software on donated computers and send them out into the homes of my disadvantaged students. It has… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/05/2000 by Dana Sindell. (1 review written)
NewDeal Office Suite and NewDeal School Suite provide new,
quality office applications for older computers. Rather
than discard a computer just because the latest version
of Microsoft OS or applications will not work in it, NewDeal has quality applications that are comparable to
Corel (WordPerfect), Lotus or Microsoft: there is NewWrite
(word processor), NewCalc (spreadsheet), and NewFile (database), plus many more applications, including games.
Totally Y2K compliant, NewDeal is a blessing at… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/05/2000 by Philippe Dallemagne. (1 review written)
New Deal Office, formerly Geoworks Ensemble is my favourite OS+applications sine 1991. It has not evolved much during the first 7 years, but it is now almost complete with internet applications, basic-like programming language, etc… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/05/2000 by Thomas C. Perconti. (1 review written)
New Deal Office is the closest thing to universally accessible software around. Although not entirely accurate, NDO is a MS Works-like integrated application. It is a graphical DOS-based application and environment that is small enough to run on any PC capable of running DOS.
It is easy enough to use for children to do their schoolwork, yet powerful enough for some home office, personal office chores.
There is an optional software pak (called WebSuite) that offers a web browser, html… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/05/2000 by Byron Collins. (1 review written)
New Deal Office can run on a 286 or higher CPU. Has it own suite of applications. Runs with Windows 95/98. At a great price.
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" Hacker Site - Beware! " Read More
Written by JamesEarl
" Annotation/Markup of PDF is messed up. " Read More