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Hello.

I am looking for some good application I can save Word Documents,

and also send them by email.


I want to take a Doc file...edit it..and save it... and also send it by email.

I dont mind to pay for this application I want it will work good.


some one can help me
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Have you tried "Pages"? You can use it to create documents and save them into .doc .pdf etc formats. Then just send the by email the usual way.
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Nothing beats MS Office for Word documents. If cost isn't a concern but compatibility is, there is no better option.

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Hello.

I am looking for some good application I can save Word Documents, and also send them by email.

I want to take a Doc file...edit it..and save it... and also send it by email.

I dont mind to pay for this application I want it will work good.............
Well, you need to provide some more details: 1) Specs on your computer (model/year); 2) OS X installed; 3) Do you use Word on a PC or do you need a program on a Mac computer that can handle .doc files; and 4) Do you want to run Windows on a Mac?

As already suggested, Pages will work and may already be on your computer. If you need to run MS Word on an Apple computer, then you'll need either a Windows partition to load the MS OS + Word (or MS Office) or run an app, such as 'CrossOver' discussed by another forum member in this THREAD - take a look, all of these possibilities are explained. Dave
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As suggested Office 2011 for Mac is the number one option.

Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!
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