Randal Du <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Actually, now that I think about it, I really just need a RTF document
> reader.  Is there any lean, lean word processor that can open a RTF
> document?

Assuming you mean on the Mac and not using your DOS card, I'd recommend
Tex-Edit Plus. Lean, mean and highly AppleScriptable (so also extremely
powerful for a $15 piece of shareware). Tex-Edit Plus requires Mac OS
7.1 or newer for the classic version and Mac OS 10.1 or newer for the OS
X version. An earlier 68k version just called Tex-Edit (only $5) is also
available - system 6.0.7 or better required.

So pretty much whatever MacOS you use Tex-Edit will work for you and do
a damn fine job, IMHO :-)


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