Writing Outliner for MS Word

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arehrlich

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Jul 23, 2010, 10:00:30 AM7/23/10
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Over the past several months I was one of the beta testers for a new
MS Word add-in called Writing Outliner. It enables a writer to break
down the work into sections and then pull them all together again once
the document is completed or near completed.

Check it out at www.writingoutliner.com. And no, I'm not affiliated
with the developer at all. Just a very pleased user. When the beta
testing was over I was first in line to purchase.

Alan

Laurence Vittes

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Jul 23, 2010, 10:05:30 AM7/23/10
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for Mac?

Alan

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Derek Chirnside

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Jul 23, 2010, 11:28:46 PM7/23/10
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From the developers:


Writing Outliner supports Word 2000/xp/2002/2003/2007/2010(32bit) for Windows, it does not support Mac. Hope it helps.

-Derek


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Edwin Yip

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Jul 23, 2010, 10:55:29 PM7/23/10
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Hi Laurence,

Writing Outliner Word Add-in supports Windows only, it supports all
versions from Word 2000 to 2010 (32bit).


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http://WritingOutliner.com
Turn Word into a perfect tool for writing large/complex academic
documents.

On Jul 23, 10:05 pm, Laurence Vittes <lvit...@gmail.com> wrote:
> for Mac?
>
> On Jul 23, 2010, at 7:00 AM, arehrlich wrote:
>
> Over the past several months I was one of the beta testers for a new
> MS Word add-in called Writing Outliner.  It enables a writer to break
> down the work into sections and then pull them all together again once
> the document is completed or near completed.
>
> Check it out atwww.writingoutliner.com.  And no, I'm not affiliated
> with the developer at all.  Just a very pleased user.  When the beta
> testing was over I was first in line to purchase.
>
> Alan
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> Laurence Vittes
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> Los Angeles CA 90025-5662
> 310-473-0890
>
> e-mail: lvit...@gmail.com

Edwin Yip

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Jul 23, 2010, 11:02:13 PM7/23/10
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Thanks for mentioning Writing Outliner, Alan :)

I'd like to add that Writing Outliner does not only let you break down
a complex writing into sections, but also allow writing synopsis,
notes, adding tags, attaching icons to each section, etc. In short,
all these features are mainly serves one purpose - to make managing/
organizing long documents much easier.

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Edwin Yip
http://WritingOutliner.com
Turn Word into a perfect tool for writing large/complex academic
documents.

On Jul 23, 10:00 pm, arehrlich <arehrl...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Over the past several months I was one of the beta testers for a new
> MS Word add-in called Writing Outliner.  It enables a writer to break
> down the work into sections and then pull them all together again once
> the document is completed or near completed.
>
> Check it out atwww.writingoutliner.com.  And no, I'm not affiliated
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