Adobe Acrobat Reader Document DOS Windows OS2 MacOS Other

Acrobat Reader is the free software from Adobe used to read, view, and print documents created by the commercial Adobe Acrobat product. Its primary strength is that documents appear and print identically across differing systems.

AOLPress Editor Document Windows

AOL Press 2.0 is a Windows based what-you-see-is-what-you-get HTML editor from AOL. It competed with other HTML Cuisinarts such as Microsoft Front Page.

Corporate Secretary Document Windows

EZ Legal Software Corporate Secretary is a set of legal templates geared towards the operation and management of a company.

GOfer Utility Document DOS

GOfer is a desktop search tool capable of searching many document formats. It loads as a TSR and can be called while other programs are running. It support multiple word search, operators, and inexact searches. It does not use an index, that makes it slower but requires no additional disk space.

It's Legal Document DOS

Another great Parsons product on Winworld, It's Legal is a program that assists home users in creating complex legally binding documents. It walks users though the process of gathering required information, automatically makes certain decisions, and produces a printed document. It includes wills, power of attorney, employment agreements, promissory notes, leases, and consumer letters. The documents can be used by themselves, or as a draft for an attorney.

Lotus Magellan Utility Document DOS

Magellan was a desktop file viewer and search tool. It indexes all files on your hard drive, and you can search for related information across file formats.

Microsoft Windows a Vision for the Future Novelty Document Windows

This is a promotional collection of documents in HTML format released in 1997 describing Microsoft's upcoming plans for future versions of Windows.

MyDesk Document Windows

MyDesk, from IOTA Industries Ltd, is a document search and organizer tool for scanned images. It incorporates Visioneer's PaperPort to OCR and index documents.

Omnipage Pro Document Windows

Omnipage is an optical character recognition (scanned image) application that can export to a number of document formats. It was often bundled with scanners.

PaperPort Document Windows

PaperPort is a document management system frequently bundled with scanners. It can OCR scanned documents and convert them to PDF.

Performance Now! Document Windows

Performance Now, from KnowledgePoint, is a Windows 3.1 automated tool for writing employee performance reports. It can exchange data with KnowledgePoint Descriptions Now.

Personal Attorney Document Windows

Personal Attorney is a program that automatically generates a number of legal templates for use in word processors.

PFS:Business Plan Document Windows

PFS:Business Plan is a business management program specifically tailored for creating company business plans. This involves market analysis, business forecasting, sales forecasts, balance sheets, cash flow, etc.

ReadRight Document DOS

ReadRight 2.0 is a software OCR application for IBM PC computers. It has built in support for a number of scanners, and can OCR from existing graphics files. It recognizes a number of different fonts, font sizes, supports text columns, and can output to a number of different formats. time, other OCR tools used specialized hardware accelerator cards to achieve acceptable performance.

Translate-It Document Windows

Timeworks Translate-It is a program that automatically converts documents between different languages. It is all done locally on your computer, so you don't have to worry about Google stealing information from your documents.

TypeReader Document Windows

Type Reader, from ExperVision, is an optical character recognition program that features the ability to correctly format complex documents, and the ability to export to a large number of different programs. TypeReader competed with OmniPage.

WordScan Document Windows

Calera WordScan, from Calera Recognition Systems, is an optical character recognition program for use with scanners under Windows 3.1. It competed against OmniPage.