PaperClip was a word processor for the Commodore 64, Atari 8 bit and Apple II personal computers.
The Commodore 64 version of PaperClip was written by Steve Douglas. The Apple II version required either a IIe (with 80 column adapter) or IIc and 128K of memory since it was released later and required more power.
All versions were published by Michael Reichmann's Batteries Included of Toronto, Ontario, Canada and by Ariolasoft in the United Kingdom.
This version had a video preview mode, automatic page numbering, global search and replace, one-key access to disk commands and more.