Tag: Writely

Writely is a web-based word processor currently in beta and owned by Google. It can be used as a collaborative text editing suite, and features access control. Writely’s user interface is a WYSIWYG word processor that appears within a web browser. Menus, keyboard shortcuts, and dialogue boxes show up in a way similar to what users may expect in a GUI-driven word processor, such as Microsoft Word or OpenOffice.org.

Immediately following the acquisition by Google in early 2006, Writely stopped accepting new registrations for approximately five months. When the service re-opened to the public on August 21, 2006, it had been relocated to Google’s servers but not integrated into the company’s suite of web services and utilities.

There is no overall storage limit for files. However, text files cannot exceed 500KB and images cannot exceed 2MB.

An important feature is the ability to save all files made in Writely as the following formats: MS Word (.doc), Postscript (.ps), Rich Text…

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