vol. 2, no. 9
September 16, 1997

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- F E A T U R E   S T O R Y -

[Word Pro Graphic]Word Pro 96 for OS/2

This month, Pete Grubbs takes a look at one of the highest profile applications ever released for OS/2.

Lotus Development Corp.'s Word Pro is not only one of the best known word processors for OS/2, it's one of the best known in the world. We put it through its paces and see how it fares.

- Other Reviews -

Animation Software
WebAK v1.1 - Chris Wenham
MainActor/2 v1.1 - Dr. Dirk Terrell
AnPoCODEC/QuickMotion - Ryan Dill

GalCiv II Expansion Pack - Colin L. Hildinger
Seahaven Solitaire - Jeffrey Smick

First Looks and Nifty Gadgets:
PKZip for OS/2 v2.50ZipZap v1.25
Stats v1.02CandyBarZ v1.10

- Reader Surveys -

Results from our August Survey
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- Celebrity Corner -

OS/2 Past, Present and Future - Brad Wardell
Each month, OS/2 e-Zine! brings you IBMers, ISVs, OS/2 industry personalities, and celebrities to share their opinions and more! This month, Stardock Systems' Brad Wardell concludes his three-part series on the life and times of OS/2.

- The OS/2 Debate -

Will Java Save OS/2? - Chris Wright & Dr. Dirk Terrell
Join OS/2 e-Zine! staff as they debate some of the most controversial topics affecting OS/2 users today. Pick a side and join in!


From the Editor
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-End Notes-

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