Yeah Write

Multiuse word processor for all your writing needs

Ever wanted a word processor that does everything from working with Word documents to writing faxes and e-mails? View full description

PROS

  • Very lightweight
  • Fits on a USB drive

CONS

  • Requires a fee to upgrade
  • No thesaurus

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Ever wanted a word processor that does everything from working with Word documents to writing faxes and e-mails?

Then Yeah Write is an excellent solution that combines multi word processing functionality in a basic but powerful word processor. It's designed for those in a hurry that don't want to mess about setting up documents with templates or being prompted whether they want help. It's also great for those who don't need to to write long documents but just want to reel off a few pages whether it be a fax, a memo or a letter. It's also a fantastically lightweight word processor taking up just 1MB and can fit on any USB pen drive.

Although this demo version is limited in functionality, the upgrade to the full version costs a mere US$19.00. Whether it's worth coughing up this much depends on how much you are going to use it but bear in mind that whole office suites such as Open Office are completely free. However, such suites do not cater for the write-and-go market that Yeah Write is aiming for.

If you're looking for a lightweight word processor, that can help you write anything from faxes to memos, and don't mind a small fee for an upgrade, then Yeah Write is an impressive little package.

Yeah Write, the easy to use fill-in-the-blank word processor for the computer illiterate or for those business professionals that want to create a document quickly and easily, without having to worry about formatting.

You can create journals, keep addresses, take notes, and write simple letters and memos. A memo can become a letter with just a few clicks of the mouse.

Yeah Write

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Yeah Write 1.7

— User reviews — about Yeah Write

  • austinbarry

    by austinbarry

    "A great multi-document tool"

    I have been using Yeah Write to keep a diary since 1997, and it is perfect for this, and for keeping track of letters, p... More.

    reviewed on July 28, 2009