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It's great! At the risk of writing advertising copy for Icon Technology, no piece of software on any platform has made me grin with delight as I discover new features as much as TechWriter has. Archive What is TechWriter? (read in conjunction with EasiWriter)The flagship of the Icon range, TechWriter has all the features of its stable mate EasiWriter, with the addition of a powerful equation editor. It can be used as a basic word processor for writing short documents, yet has the flexibility to produce complete books or multicolumn layouts incorporating equations, footnotes or endnotes and pictures created by other applications. Greek and symbols paletteClick on a character in the Greek and Symbols palette and it will be inserted into the document. Math menuGreek characters and symbolsTechWriter comes complete with the MathPhys font:
Operators & DelimitersSee how easy it is to create a formula'...the output of mathematical formulae I've got with TechWriter is excellent and the program is so easy to use  congratulations.' Norbert Hauf  Germany.
A brilliant and exciting piece of software to use. The ease by which one can type complex mathematical expressions is remarkable.  Nigel Kirby HTML outputIt can also create HTML files automatically converting equations into GIFs using !InterGif. TeX outputTechWriter Professional incorporates all the features of EasiWriter, EasiWriter Professional and TechWriter with the additional ability to save a document as a TeX file.
Part of the TeX output generated by TechWriter.{\bf Example equations prepared using TechWriter on the Acorn Archimedes}\par\nobreak \fontsetab\vskip 10pt\leftskip=18pt\parfillskip=0pt plus1fil\spaceskip=0.3333em\xspaceskip=0.5em\relax Here is a short exploration of the mathematical typesetting abilities of TechWriter, beginning with an inline quadraticequation: $ax^2+bx+c=0$ whose solution is given in the numberedand displayed equation that follows:$$\displayindent=18pt\displaywidth=445.4pt x={b\pm\sqrt{b^24ac}\over2a}\eqno(1)$$One group of formul\ae\ which seem to defeat most systems arethose exponential equations like $v=V\left(1e^{{1\over CR}}\right)$ or $i=I_{\max}e^{{Rt\over L}}.\,$ Now for some displayed statistics, with their summation signs and limits: $$\displayindent=18pt\displaywidth=445.4pt\bar x={x_1+x_2+x_3+\cdot\cdot\cdot+x_n\over n}={\sum^n_{i=0}x_i\over n}\eqno(2)$$$$\displayindent=18pt\displaywidth=445.4pt\sigma=\sqrt{\sum^n_{i =1}{\left(x_i\bar x\right)}^{2^{}}\over n}\eqno(3)$$ Here is a series of aligned equations: $$\eqalignno{\int^{\pi\over4}_0\sin^2\theta\,{\rm d}\theta={}&{1\over 2}\int^{\pi\over4}_0(1\cos2\theta){\rm d}\theta\cr\noalign{\vskip 4pt}={}&{1\over2}{\left[\theta{1\over2}\sin2\theta\right]}^{\kern1pt{\pi\ov er4}}_{\kern1pt0}\cr\noalign{\vskip 2pt}={}&\left.{1\over2}\,[\left({\pi\over4}{1\over2}\sin{\pi\over2}\right) \left(0{1\over2}\sin0\right)\right]\cr\noalign{\vskip 2pt}={}&{1\over2}\left[\left({\pi\over4}{1\over2}\right)(0)\right]\cr\noal ign{\vskip 2pt}={}&{1\over2}\left(\pi2\over4\right)={\pi2\over8}=0\cdot1427\cr}$$ The TeX file displayed in a DVI viewer.
"TechWriter pro is the best damn word processor on *any* platform". Jim Lesurf on comp.sys.acorn.apps
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