EZ as a Word Processor

In this article, Terry Gliedt introduces us to the Andrew project, and gives us a taste of one aspect of it: the ez editor, which can edit text and graphics, and can be used as a word processor.
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A mailing list is available at info-andrew@andrew.cmu.edu (e-mail to info-andrew-request@andrew.cmu.edu for subscriptions). The newsgroup comp.soft-sys.andrew is dedicated to the discussion of AUIS. A World Wide Web home page can be found at www.cs.cmu. edu:8001:/afs/cs.cmu.edu/project/atk-ftp/ web/andrew-home.html. A book, Multimedia Application Development with the Andrew Toolkit, has been published by Prentice-Hall (ISBN 0-13-036633-1). An excellent tutorial is available from the Consortium by send- ing e-mail to info-andrew-request@andrew.cmu.edu about the manual, A User's Guide to AUIS.

After spending over twenty years with IBM, Terry left Big Blue last year. Although he has worked with Un*x and AUIS for over six years, he is a relative newcomer to Linux. Terry does contract programming, teaches classes in C/C++ and Unix and writes the occasional technical document. You can reach him at Software Toolsmiths, (507) 356-4710 or by e-mail at tpg@mr.net.

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