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PaperClip Professional Word Processor

PaperClip Professional Word Processor

SystemCommodore 64
# of Media1

Batteries Included

Commodore 64

Release Date: 1/1/1987
Manufacturer: Batteries Included
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"PaperClip with built in Spell Pack. SpellPack teaches your Commodore to spell. THis new programs check entire documents in 2 to 4 minutes, depending on disk drive capabilities. It does this by comparing each word against a dictionaly of over 20,000 entries which can be user expanded by 5000 workds or more. This PaperClip with built-in SpellPack we believe to be by far the most powerful and versitile word processing package for Pet/CBM and Commodore 64 machines today.

5.25 Floppy disk, user manual all in original box.

User Comments
arnold on Sunday, November 26, 2017
i suspect no one will ever see this; BUT, did you use dictionaly as a joke or an illustration of a poor word processor. BTW, how can i ever see if this has been posted?
Wammy on Tuesday, October 27, 2009
After learning Speedscript, Paperclip was huge improvement. I handed in a lot of high school papers generated by this app and even took my 64 with me to college. Funny how we managed just fine without a mouse or icons. The control key was our friend!
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