Solana Beach, CA - February 6, 2009 - Nisus Software today announces the release of Nisus Writer Express 3.2, our affordable word processor for Mac OS X.
Nisus Writer Express 3.2 adds new features such as editable document properties (author, company, copyright, etc.), additional backup options, control over smart quotes on a per-language basis, and a preference to choose the default file format for new documents.
Additionally, Nisus Writer Express updates are now managed by the Sparkle framework, and the Services menu allows creating a new Nisus Writer Express document from selected content in another application.
There is also a host of bug fixes and other enhancements. The full list of features and fixes can be read at our Nisus Writer Express release notes page:
These new features add to an already rich feature set that includes an intuitive interface, multilingual text support, easy to use style system, non-contiguous selection, full screen mode, and a native file format (RTF) that almost any word processor can read.
Nisus Writer Express 3.2 is available now at our web store for only $45.00. An upgrade from previous versions of Express is $30.00. A three license Family Pack is also available for $79.00.
This release is a free update to current license holders of Nisus Writer Express 3.x.
Nisus Writer Express 3.2 is a universal binary and requires Mac OS 10.4 (Tiger) or later.
To download the 15 day demo, or for more information on Nisus Writer Express, please visit our web site at http://www.nisus.com/express.
About Nisus Software
Nisus Software, Inc. develops award winning text and productivity tools for the Macintosh, such as Nisus Writer Pro, Nisus Writer Express, and Nisus Thesaurus.
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