Mariner Write

Mariner Write 3.9

An easy to use word processor for Mac

Mariner Write is a great, trial version Mac program, belonging to the category Utilities with subcategory Text (more specifically Text Editors). View full description

Mariner Write is a great, trial version Mac program, belonging to the category Utilities with subcategory Text (more specifically Text Editors).

More about Mariner Write

Mariner Write is available for users with the operating system Mac OS X and prior versions, and it is available in English. Its current version is 3.9 and was updated on 11/09/2009.

Since we added this program to our catalog in 2006, it has obtained 1,217 downloads, and last week it had 0 downloads.

About the download, Mariner Write is a light program that needs less free space than many programs in the category Utilities. It's a program often downloaded in Brazil.

Changes

  • Microsoft Word "read" capabilities
  • Enhance your reports with powerful headers and footers
  • Keep documents concise with footnotes and endnotes
  • OS X Services support
  • Mac OS X Font Smoothing technology
  • Choose any color" background makes it clearer to see your work
  • Share your documents by saving as PDF in fewer steps in OS X
  • Mail Merge to automate your next mailing

Mariner Write® is a powerful, yet streamlined word processor solution for everyone from professional writers, to educators, students, and the average user.

Boasting an elegant interface, as well as hundreds of intuitive features such as the ability to read Microsoft Word documents and produce customizable headers, footers, endnotes, and footnotes, Mariner Write has everything you need to turn out great-looking documents.

Mariner Write

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Mariner Write 3.9

— User reviews — about Mariner Write

  • osmiridium

    by osmiridium

    "It is a bit cluttered and not classy, but it is solid and fast."

    I thought it was a disagreeable interface: the buttons look like they came from 1992! But, it is a fast, easy to use pro... More.

    reviewed on November 20, 2009