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Updating, upgrading, or reinstalling WordPerfect

Note

WordPerfect menu choices refer to the <WordPerfect> menu. (Right-click on WordPerfect's top menu bar for a choice of menus.)

If you use a <Microsoft Word> menu, the choices might be absent from your menu (but not from the program), or they might be found under another menu selection.

If the menu choices or toolbars discussed on this site seem to be missing from your program, see here.


Other parts in this series

[Part 1] Overview: Some things to keep in mind about WordPerfect documents and program files

[Part 2] Updating your current copy of WordPerfect - i.e., bringing your program up to date with a Corel Service Pack or "patch"

...

[Part 4] Uninstalling and/or reinstalling your current WordPerfect program (and how to completely remove it)

[Part 5] Migrating customizations

[Part 6] Multiple versions of WordPerfect on the same computer

[Part 7] Transferring macros from one system to another, or from an earlier version of WordPerfect to a newer version


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Part 3:  Upgrading to a newer version of WordPerfect

Be sure to read the "Overview..." and "Migrating customizations" parts in this series  ... or at least try to read them before you remove any prior version.

You can install and keep multiple versions of WordPerfect on the same computer


Whether or not to retain an older version on your computer is a decision you might want to make before installing (or upgrading to) a newer version.

[1] Be sure your current computer system meets the minimum System Requirements for all WordPerfect versions you plan to install.

For the current version this information can be found on the Corel site's product pages. That site page also has links to What's included, Compare Versions, Compare Product Family, etc.

[2] For newer versions of Windows (Windows 7 and later) Corel has certified the WordPerfect versions that work on those operating systems.

See the section, "Installing WordPerfect on newer versions of Windows, such as Windows 7 or later" in Part 4.

[3] See also "Multiple versions of WordPerfect on the same computer" in Part 6. 

[4] Caveat:

If you have serious issues with your current WordPerfect version it might be better to save your customizations and then completely uninstall it rather than install another version alongside the problematic one. See Part 4 and Part 5.

Retail (box) version or Internet download version?


•  Which WordPerfect Office version is best to buy?

My recommendation is to buy the most recent version of WordPerfect Office that will work on your computer (see [1] above) -- preferably directly from Corel (Corel.com or WordPerfect.com).

Why? One reason is that WordPerfect has changed over the years, in part to keep up with internal changes in Windows. Older WordPerfect versions (which might still be sold on non-Corel sites) might save you money but could result in extra time and frustration trying to make something work properly when that version is installed on a modern operating system. (If that should happen to you, you could join WordPerfect Universe and ask for help on their Troubleshooting Forum.)

The main Corel sites (see links above) contain a one-page PDF entitled "Compare Product Family" (or similar) posted on various product Overview pages.

That document has a table listing the basic differences between the editions (Professional, Standard, and Home & Student) of the current version (e.g., X9, 2020) of WordPerfect Office.

For more information on various new and enhanced program features see "What's New and Different in WordPerfect Office versions?" here. It also has some information about the lower cost Home & Student edition.

•  Download version or boxed version?

If you don't need the physical disks shipped in a retail box (e.g., you have a reasonably fast internet connection for large downloads) then you should know that the complete purchased download for each WordPerfect Office version (X6 and later) is the same as the boxed version for the chosen Edition (Standard, Professional, and Home & Student). It's really a matter of preference. [For a brief explanation of WordPerfect Office versions and editions see "Upgrade versions and editions" below.]

Note that the Download Trial for recent program versions is the same basic version as the Buy Now version for that specific product edition. Its time limitations are removed when you purchase a product key from Corel, and you also get acess to extra program content when you purhcase it (see the next section).

(For program upgrades see the next section below. They are the same as regular products but offered to qualified users at a discounted price.)

The product key is your program's serial number -- typically a long, multipart, alphanumeric number. (The key is another good reason to register the product: You can retrieve it from Corel if you ever need it.)

•  Download "extras" separately?

Methods of product distribution can change. For modern download versions Corel splits the basic WordPerfect Office suite from various other content -- "extras" such as lots of fonts, graphics, third party programs, etc., that are typically found on another CD/DVD in a retail box. This reduces the initial download time for many users.

The basic ("core") suite of programs then is used for both the Download Trial version (i.e., time limited) and the Buy Now version (i.e., not time limited) for that Edition.

When you actually purchase the download suite from Corel you should immediately get a purchase receipt or an email contining your product key (serial number) and some links to let you download the extra content. [The extras will probably include a separate ContentInstaller.exe file to use to install some of the extra content on your system. The Corel receipt (or email) should explain this.]

•  How big is the download?

It depends on the Edition, of course. But the entire installed WordPerfect Office (WPO) suite should not severely impact disk space on modern hard drives. For example, version X8 (released in 2016) needs only about 1.5 GB for the complete installation.

Recommendation:

Unless you are severely limited on disk space, I typically recommend that you install all WordPerfect Office components such as WordPerfect, Quattro Pro spreadsheet, Presentations graphics and any WordPerfect utilities such as Lightning. Further, some components of the suite are "called" by WordPerfect for things like TextArt, which uses Presentations.

•  What if you don't want the whole suite?

You cannot purchase only a part of the WordPerfect Office suite, such as just WordPerfect or just QuattroPro. However, you can decline to install various parts of the suite at installation time. (But see my recommendation in the previous paragraph above.)

If you downloaded a Trial version: As noted above, this is the same as immediately buying the program online from Corel (or getting it as a physical copy on disk). If you then decide yo buy it you can do so online at Corel, who will send you a serial number (aka, product key) to use to remove the Trial limits (and also any "extra" items normally found on a separate disk. In this case there's no need to uninstall the Trial.

You can uninstall a Trial version the same way you would a regular version: with the Windows uninstall a program function. (Sometimes you might want to remove all traces of the program: see "Complete program removal" in Part 4 of this series here.

Some WordPerfect Office versions come with trial editions of third-party programs, which you can install or not, as you choose.

•  Be wary of "retail" downloads or CD/DVD products from Internet sites other than Corel.com or its sister site WordPerfect.com.

You may be getting an OEM version, which may or may not work for you. See "About buying "bargain" WordPerfect Office software" below.

Further, some sites offer bargain prices for old, outdated and probably unworkable versions that might seem to be up to date (such as WordPerfect 8, released in 1997, which is not the same as WordPerfect X8, released in 2016).

Caveat emptor.

Upgrade versions and editions


[UPDATE 2016 & 2019:] Corel's Upgrade Eligibility states (via a link on WordPerfect Office X9 Products page): "To purchase the upgrade version, you must own a previous licensed version of WordPerfect Office." (See below for exclusions.)

Here, a version is indicated by its release number, such as X8 (aka, version 18), X9 (version 19), and 2020 (version 20).

An edition indicates a pre-configured suite of programs (e.g., Standard, Professional, Hone & Student, Academic, et al.) and/or a discounted price.

An upgrade simply means a fully functional version that is sold at a discounted price to those who own any previous version of WordPerfect Office (and have that version's serial number to input at installation time).

Notes

¤  Important:  Upgrades are not available for these editions:

- Home & Student
- Academic
- OEM
- Not For Resale

These editions are already heavily discounted in price -- or in the case of OEM they are preinstalled on some new computers -- and they might not contain all features found in a regular edition.

So if you currently have one, or buy a new one, it can't be upgraded later.

¤  The Home & Student edition is nearly identical to the Standard edition (see a comparison matrix here).

Periodically it seems to be discounted even further on Amazon.com and sometimes on Corel.com or WordPerfect.com.

Note that it can be legally installed on up to 3 computers in your home.

Hence the H&S edition offers an inexpensive "upgrade" path from most earlier versions, but as noted above you should be aware that due to its discounted prince it cannot be upgraded in the future.

¤  Upgrades for WordPerfect Standard, Professional, and Legal editions are the same as the regular versions of the same type.

They are merely purchased at a discounted price from Corel or an authorized retailer such as Amazon.com, etc. (If you purchase from Amazon, it is recommended that you make sure the product description says "ships from" Amazon and not from some other source. Caveat Emptor.)

¤  Your eligibility for an Upgrade should extend to any previously owned version.

Previously, upgrades were offered to users of the prior two versions only, but this policy was changed in recent years to include any previous version -- even the earliest version, as reported by a user on WordPerfect Universe here and as implied in the Upgrade Eligibility quoted above.

¤  OEM editions have special serial numbers.

A post on OfficeCommunity indicates that serial numbers that start with WP??B22 are OEM editions. This can help you identify your eligibility for an Upgrade version, since OEMS are not eligible for upgrading.

Installing an Upgrade version

There is no need to install an earlier version of WordPerfect or uninstall an existing version, in order to install an Upgrade version.

If you decide to uninstall a prior version, be sure to find its serial number (often called a product key) on the installation media (or e-mail, if you downloaded it). Otherwise you should jot down its serial number as shown in Help, About WordPerfect before you uninstall it. (Better still -- and if feasible -- wait until you have installed the Upgrade version before uninstalling the prior version. That way you can copy the prior version's serial number into the new installation. As well, you can more easily migrate various user settings into the new version.)

But if a prior version is not installed on the computer where you are upgrading WordPerfect you'll definitely need the old serial number that you received when you purchased the prior version. [In some cases you might just need to insert the installation disk from that prior version for verification. Check the program's upgrade instructions or the Corel site for more information on installation requirements.]

When installing the upgrade you will be asked to input the new program's serial number (i.e., the upgrade version key). For downloaded versions this should be given to you online (or via email) when you complete your purchase.

[Tip:Registering the new program with Corel makes it easier to recover that key if you ever need it.]

If you want to keep both an earlier version and a newer version on the same system (some folks feel more comfortable with both versions available until they get used to the new one) it is best to install both versions in numerical order (e.g., WPOX8 before WPOX9). For more on this issue see the "Out-of-numerical-order" section in Part 6: Multiple versions of WordPerfect on the same computer.

To keep multiple versions on the same computer you should install each version in its own Windows folder as noted in Part 6, rather than accept any invitation to "update" (i.e., overwrite) the currently installed version.

That way, they will be treated as separate programs by Windows, reducing the possibility of conflicts (and they can even be opened and used simultaneously). The earlier version(s) can be easily uninstalled at any later time, if desired.

[UPDATE: In newer versions (e.g., WPX6-WP2020), the program's location is set automatically during installation to a version-specific folder; however this can be changed to your preferences. But it is strongly recommended to use the default setting for that location -- which is typically in your C:\Program Files (x86)\Corel\... folder tree.]

See what's new and different in recent WordPerfect versions and  editions to help you decide about upgrading


•  For some versions (i.e., the program's number, such as WordPerfect X8) there are links to an Edition Comparison matrix, which shows what is included in each edition (Standard, Home and Student, Professional, Legal) of that version. This information is also available on the Corel WordPerfect site.

•  For more, see What's new and different in recent WordPerfect versions, a summary of new features in each version.

•  New "upgraders" should note that WordPerfect 12 and later versions contain a feature called the  Workspace Manager, which is designed to offer choices to set WordPerfect to -

▸ WordPerfect mode, or
▸ Microsoft Word mode, or
▸ WordPerfect Classic mode (v5.1) (i.e., blue screen with white text), or
▸ WordPerfect Legal mode.

It might be turned ON by default, and it then appears (as a dialog) when you first start up one of these newer versions of WordPerfect. This can be confusing for some users, since some features or customizations in the standard WordPerfect mode can appear to be missing. See the tips here and here about this feature.

If cost is an issue, consider getting the WordPerfect Office Home & Student Edition


The Home & Student Edition is a low-cost alternative to the Standard Edition and is sometimes discounted on Amazon.com (but see the section on "bargain" software below). Even Corel runs periodic sales, so it's worth checking their site. See the WordPerfect.com (or the main Corel.com site) for more information, online purchase, current special offers, etc.

The Home & Student Edition is very similar to the Standard Edition except that it does not natively import (i.e., convert) PDF files, though it can create them, and it is licensed only for home use on up to three computers.

There are a few other things that are different (see the "Compare Product Family" link to a edition comparison list (PDF) on the Corel Products pages for WordPerfect).

Note that since it is so inexpensive there is no future "upgrade path" for this edition.

Legal professionals



About buying an "OEM" or other "bargain" WordPerfect Office products...

[Note: I am NOT promoting the purchase of more expensive WordPerfect products. I am just offering some cautions based on experience.]

Should you buy an inexpensive "OEM" version of WordPerfect from an Internet source?

There are several reasons why you should not consider buying an OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) version of WordPerfect Office, unless it comes bundled with a new computer (in which case it was virtually free of charge to you).

Even then, you might want to read more about them, their limitations, drawbacks, and alternatives here.
 
Finally, be VERY careful about buying a "full" versions from lesser known sites since they sometimes might not be what you expect. (Major online retailers like Amazon.com are less likely to be problematic if you buy a software product that ships directly from them. Remember the old saying that "if it sounds too good to be true it probably is.") See also the "Compare Versions" and "Compare Product Family" links on the "new and different" page here.

For computers that are running Windows 7 or later

There are Corel recommended requirements for a successful installation of WordPerfect Office.

See "Installing WordPerfect on newer versions of Windows, such as Windows 7 or later" in Part 4.

Reminder


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WordPerfect

Word processing application

WordPerfect (WP) is a word processing application, now owned by Corel,[2] with a long history on multiple personal computer platforms. At the height of its popularity in the 1980s and early 1990s, it was the dominant player in the word-processor market, displacing the prior market leader WordStar.

It was originally developed under contract at Brigham Young University for use on a Data General minicomputer in the late 1970s. The authors retained the rights to the program, forming Utah-based Satellite Software International (SSI) in 1979 to sell it; it first came to market under the name SSI*WP in March 1980.[3] It moved to the operating system MS-DOS in 1982, by which time the name WordPerfect was in use,[3] and several greatly updated versions quickly followed. The application's feature list was considerably more advanced than its main competition WordStar, an established program based on the operating systemCP/M that failed to transition successfully onto MS-DOS, which replaced CP/M. Satellite Software International changed its name to the WordPerfect Corporation in 1985.[3]

WordPerfect gained praise for its "look of sparseness" and clean display.[4] It rapidly displaced most other systems, especially after the 4.2 release in 1986, and it became the standard in the DOS market by version 5.1 in 1989. Its early popularity was based partly on its availability for a wide variety of computers and operating systems, and also partly because of extensive, no-cost support, with "hold jockeys" entertaining users while waiting on the phone.[5]

Its dominant position ended after a failed release for Microsoft Windows, followed by a long delay before introducing an improved version, and Microsoft Word was introduced at the same time in a superior version. Word rapidly took over the market, helped by aggressive bundling deals that ultimately produced Microsoft Office, and WordPerfect was no longer the standard by the mid-1990s. WordPerfect Corporation was sold to Novell in 1994, which then sold the product to Corel in 1996. Corel has made regular releases to the product since then, often in the form of office suites under the WordPerfect name that include the Quattro Pro spreadsheet, Presentations slides formatter, and other applications.

The common filename extension of WordPerfect document files is . Older versions of WordPerfect also used file extensions , , , , , and originally no extension at all.[6]

WordPerfect for DOS[edit]

In 1979, Brigham Young University graduate student Bruce Bastian and computer science professor Alan Ashton[7] created word processing software for a Data General minicomputer system owned by the city of Orem, Utah. Bastian and Ashton retained ownership of the software that they created. They then founded Satellite Software International, Inc., to market the program to other Data General users. WordPerfect 1.0 represented a significant departure from the previous Wang standard for word processing.

The first version of WordPerfect for the IBM PC was released the day after Thanksgiving in 1982. It was sold as WordPerfect 2.20, continuing the version numbering from the Data General program.[8] Over the next several months, three more minor releases arrived, mainly to correct bugs.

The developers had hoped to program WordPerfect in C, but at this early stage there were no C compilers available for the IBM PC and they had to program it in x86 assembly language. All versions of WordPerfect up to 5.0 were written in x86, and C was only adopted with WP 5.1 when it became necessary to convert it to non-IBM compatible computers. The use of straight assembly language and a high amount of direct screen access gave WordPerfect a significant performance advantage over WordStar, which used strictly DOS API functions for all screen and keyboard access and was often very slow. In addition, WordStar, created for the CP/M operating system in which subdirectories are not supported, was extremely slow in switching to support sub-directories in MS-DOS.[9][10]

In 1983, WordPerfect 3.0 was released for DOS. This was updated to support DOS 2.x, sub-directories, and hard disks. It also expanded printer support, where WordPerfect 2.x only supported Epson and Diablo printers that were hard-coded into the main program. Adding support for additional printers this way was impractical, so the company introduced printer drivers, a file containing a list of control codes for each model of printer. Version 3.0 had support for 50 different printers, and this was expanded to 100 within a year. WordPerfect also supplied an editor utility that allowed users to make their own printer drivers or to modify the included ones.[3]Antic magazine observed that "WordPerfect is almost unusable without its manual of over 600 pages!"[11] A version of WordPerfect 3.0 became the Editor program of WordPerfect Office.

At its peak, WordPerfect Corporation occupied this seven-building campus in Orem, Utah, at the foothills of the Wasatch Range

WordPerfect 4.0 was released in 1984.[3]WordPerfect 4.2, released in 1988, introduced automatic paragraph numbering which was important to law offices, and automatic numbering and placement of footnotes and endnotes that were important to law offices and academics. It became the first program to overtake the original market leader WordStar in a major application category on the DOS platform.

By 1987, Compute! magazine described WordPerfect as "a standard in the MS-DOS world" and "a powerhouse program that includes almost everything".[12] In November 1989, WordPerfect Corporation released the program's most successful version WordPerfect 5.1 for DOS, which was the first version to include pull-down menus to supplement the traditional function key combinations, support for tables, a spreadsheet-like feature, and full support for typesetting options such as italic, redline, and strike-through. This version also included "print preview", a graphical representation of the final printed output that became the foundation for WordPerfect 6.0's graphic screen editing. WordPerfect 5.1+ for DOS was introduced to allow older DOS-based PCs to utilize the new WordPerfect 6 file format. This version could read and write WordPerfect 6 files, included several 3rd-party screen and printing applications (previously sold separately), and provided several minor improvements.

WordPerfect 6.0 for DOS, released in 1993, could switch between its traditional text-based display mode and a graphical display mode that showed the document as it would print out known as WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get).[13] The previous text-based versions used different colors or text color inversions to indicate various markups and a graphic mode only for an uneditable print preview that used generic fonts rather than the actual fonts that appeared on the printed page.

By the time WordPerfect 6.0 was released, the company had grown "to command more than 60 percent of the word processing software market."[7]

Key characteristics[edit]

The WordPerfect headquarters building, seen years later

WordPerfect's distinguishing features include:

  • extensive use of key combinations, especially on the MS-DOS platform, enabling quick access to features, once the meaning of the key combinations (like Ctrl–Shift–F6) had been memorized;
  • its "streaming code" file format;
  • its Reveal Codes feature; and
  • its numbering of lines as the legal profession requires
  • its macro/scripting capability, now provided through PerfectScript.

The ease of use of tools like Mail Merge[14] (combine form documents with data from any data source), "Print as booklet", and tables (with spreadsheet capabilities and possibility to generate graphs) are also notable.

The WordPerfect document format allows continuous extending of functionality without jeopardizing backward and forward compatibility. Despite the fact that the newer version is extremely rich in functionality, WordPerfect X5 documents are fully compatible with WordPerfect 6.0a documents in both directions. The older program simply ignores the "unknown" codes while rendering the known features of the document. WordPerfect users were never forced to upgrade for compatibility reasons for more than two decades.

Streaming code architecture[edit]

A key to WordPerfect's design is its streaming code architecture that parallels the formatting features of HTML and Cascading Style Sheets. Documents are created much the same way that raw HTML pages are written, with text interspersed by tags (called "codes") that trigger treatment of data until a corresponding closing tag is encountered, at which point the settings active to the point of the opening tag resume control. As with HTML, tags can be nested. Some data structures are treated as objects within the stream as with HTML's treatment of graphic images, e.g., footnotes and styles, but the bulk of a WordPerfect document's data and formatting codes appear as a single continuous stream. A difference between HTML tags and WordPerfect codes is that HTML codes can all be expressed as a string of plain text characters delimited by greater-than and less-than characters, e.g. , whereas WordPerfect formatting codes consist of hexadecimal values.

Styles and style libraries[edit]

WordPerfect for DOS box, next to storage boxes for 3½-inch diskettes

The addition of styles and style libraries in WP 5.0 provided greatly increased power and flexibility in formatting documents, while maintaining the streaming-code architecture of earlier versions. Styles are a preset arrangement of settings having to do with things like fonts, spacings, tab stops, margins and other items having to do with text layout. Styles can be created by the user to shortcut the setup time when starting a new document, and they can be saved in the program's style library. Prior to that, WordPerfect's only use of styles was the Opening Style, which contained the default settings for a document.

After the purchase of the desktop publishing program Ventura, Corel enhanced the WordPerfect styles editor and styles behavior with the majority of Ventura's capabilities. This improved the usability and performance of graphic elements like text boxes, document styles, footer and header styles.

Since WordPerfect has been enriched with properties from CorelDraw Graphics suite, graphic styles are editable. The Graphics Styles editor enables customizing the appearance of boxes, borders, lines and fills and store the customized design for reuse. The possibilities include patterns and color gradients for fills; corner, endpoint, pen-type and thickness for lines. Box styles can be used as container style, including a border, lines, fill, text and caption; each with its separate style. A text box style shows that WordPerfect cascades its styles.

Around the same time Corel included WordPerfect, with its full functionality, in CorelDraw Graphics Suite as the text editor.

Reveal codes[edit]

Reveal Codes feature in WordPerfect

Present since the earliest versions of WordPerfect, the Reveal Codes feature distinguishes it from other word processors; Microsoft Word's equivalent is much less powerful.[13] It displays and allows editing the codes, reduces retyping and enables easy formatting changes.[2] It is a second editing screen that can be toggled open and closed and sized as desired.

The codes for formatting and locating text are displayed, interspersed with tags and the occasional objects, with the tags and objects represented by named tokens. This provides a more detailed view to troubleshoot problems than with styles-based word processors, and object tokens can be clicked with a pointing device to directly open the configuration editor for the particular object type, e.g. clicking on a style token brings up the style editor with the particular style type displayed. WordPerfect had this feature already in its DOS incarnations.

Macro languages[edit]

WordPerfect for DOS stood out for its macros, in which sequences of keystrokes, including function codes, were recorded as the user typed them. These macros could then be assigned to any key desired. This enabled any sequence of keystrokes to be recorded, saved, and recalled. Macros could examine system data, make decisions, be chained together, and operate recursively until a defined "stop" condition occurred. This capability provided a powerful way to rearrange data and formatting codes within a document where the same sequence of actions needed to be performed repetitively, e.g., for tabular data. But since keystrokes were recorded, changes in the function of certain keys as the program evolved would mean that macros from one DOS version of WordPerfect would not necessarily run correctly on another version. Editing of macros was difficult until the introduction of a macro editor in Shell, in which a separate file for each WordPerfect product with macros enabled the screen display of the function codes used in the macros for that product.

WordPerfect 5.0 for DOS running on a Compaq Portable home computer, 1983

WordPerfect DOS macros,[15] which assumed a text-based screen, with fixed locations on the screen, could not, or could not easily, be implemented with the Windows WYSIWYG screen and mouse. For example, "go down four lines" has a clear meaning on a DOS screen, but no definite meaning with a Windows screen. WordPerfect lacked a way to meaningfully record mouse movements.

A new and even more powerful interpreted token-based macro recording and scripting language came with both DOS and Windows 6.0 versions, and that became the basis of the language named PerfectScript in later versions. PerfectScript has remained the mainstay scripting language for WordPerfect users ever since. It dealt with functions rather than with keystrokes. There was no way to import DOS macros, and users who had created extensive macro libraries were forced to continue using WordPerfect 5.1, or to rewrite all the macros from scratch using the new programming language.

An important property of WordPerfect macros is that they are not embedded in a document. As a result, WordPerfect is not prone to macro viruses or malware, unlike MS Word. Despite the term "macro", the language has hundreds of commands and functions and in fact creates full-fledged programs resident on and executed on the user's computer. In WPDOS 6 the source code is generated using the same interface used to edit documents. A WordPerfect macro can create or modify a document or perform tasks like displaying results of a calculation such as taking a date input, adding a specific number of days and displaying the new date in a dialog box. Documents created or edited by a WordPerfect macro are no different from those produced by manual input; the macros simply improve efficiency or automate repetitive tasks and also enabled creating content-rich document types, which would hardly be feasible manually.

The PerfectScript macro language shows especial versatility in its ability to deploy every function that exists in the entire office suite, no matter whether that function was designed for WordPerfect, Quattro Pro or Presentations. The macro development wizard presents and explains all of these functions. The number of functions available through PerfectScript is unparalleled in the office market.[citation needed]

On top of the functions available in the main components of the office suite, PerfectScript also provides the user with tools to build dialogs and forms. Widgets like buttons, input fields, drop-down lists and labels are easily combined to build user-friendly interfaces for custom office applications. An example: a Dutch housing company (VZOS, Den Haag, several thousands of apartments) had its mutation administration build with WordPerfect.[citation needed]

Beginning with WordPerfect Office 10, the suite also included the Microsoft Office Visual Basic macro language as an alternative, meant to improve compatibility of the suite with Microsoft Office documents.

Macros may be used to create data entry programs which enter information directly into WordPerfect documents, saving the time and effort required to retype it.

Language formatting conventions[edit]

The Language Resource File (WP.LRS) specified language formatting conventions.[16]

Function keys[edit]

Like its 1970s predecessor Emacs and mid-1980s competitor, MultiMate, WordPerfect used almost every possible combination of function keys with Ctrl, Alt, and Shift modifiers, and the CtrlAlt, ShiftAlt, and ShiftCtrl double modifiers, unlike early versions of WordStar, which used only Ctrl.[17]

WordPerfect used F3 instead of F1 for Help,[18] F1 instead of Esc for Cancel, and Esc for Repeat (though a configuration option in later versions allowed these functions to be rotated to locations that later became more standard).

The extensive number of key combinations are now one of WordPerfect's most popular features among its regular "power users" such as legal secretaries, paralegals and attorneys.

Printer drivers[edit]

WordPerfect for DOS shipped with an impressive array of printer drivers—a feature that played an important role in its adoption—and also shipped with a printer driver editor called PTR, which features a flexible macro language and allows technically inclined users to customize and create printer drivers.

An interesting feature of the DOS 5.0 version was its Type-Through feature. It allowed a user with certain compatible printers to use Word Perfect as a conventional typewriter. This functionality was removed in the DOS 5.1 version.[19][20][21][22]

WordPerfect Library/Office utilities[edit]

Early morning in an Orem office during the Novell era, 1994

WordPerfect Corporation produced a variety of ancillary and spin-off products. WordPerfect Library,[23] introduced in 1986 and later renamed WordPerfect Office (not to be confused with Corel's Windows office suite of the same name), was a package of DOS network and stand-alone utility software for use with WordPerfect. The package included a DOS menu shell and file manager which could edit binary files as well as WordPerfect or Shell macros, calendar, and a general purpose flat file database program that could be used as the data file for a merge in WordPerfect and as a contact manager.

After Novell acquired WordPerfect Corporation,[2] it incorporated many of these utilities into Novell GroupWise.

LetterPerfect[edit]

In 1990 WordPerfect Corporation also offered LetterPerfect, which was a reduced-functionality version of WP-DOS 5.1 intended for use on less-capable hardware such as the laptops of the day, and as an entry-level product for students and home users; the name (but not the code) was purchased from a small Missouri company that had produced a basic word processor for early Atari computers. LP did not support tables, labels, sorting, equation editing or styles.[24] It sold for about US$100 but did not catch on and was soon discontinued.

DataPerfect[edit]

Another program distributed through WordPerfect Corporation (and later through Novell) was DataPerfect for DOS, a fast and capable relational database management system (RDBMS) requiring as little as 300 KB of free DOS memory to run. It was written by Lew Bastian. In December 1995, Novell released DataPerfect as copyrighted freeware and allowed the original author to continue to update the program. Updates were developed until at least 2008.

DataPerfect supports up to 99 data files ("panels") with each holding up to 16 million records of up to 125 fields and an unlimited number of variable-length memo fields which can store up to 64,000 characters each. Networked, DataPerfect supports up to 10,000 simultaneous users.[25][26]

WordPerfect for Windows[edit]

History[edit]

WordPerfect was late in coming to market with a Windows version. The first mature version, WordPerfect 5.2 for Windows, was released in November 1992.[7] Prior to that, there was a WordPerfect 5.1 for Windows, introduced a year earlier. That version had to be installed from DOS and was largely unpopular due to serious stability issues. By the time WordPerfect 5.2 for Windows was introduced, Microsoft Word for Windows version 2 had been on the market for over a year and had received its third interim release, v2.0c.

WordPerfect's function-key-centered user interface did not adapt well to the new paradigm of mouse and pull-down menus, especially with many of WordPerfect's standard key combinations pre-empted by incompatible keyboard shortcuts that Windows itself used; for example, Alt-F4 became Exit Program, as opposed to WordPerfect's Block Text. The DOS version's impressive arsenal of finely tuned printer drivers was also rendered obsolete by Windows' use of its own printer device drivers.

WordPerfect Office Suite[edit]

The PerfectOffice 3.0 suite, Professional edition, as released by Novell in 1995

WordPerfect became part of an office suite when the company entered into a co-licensing agreement with Borland Software Corporation in 1993. The offerings were marketed as Borland Office, containing Windows versions of WordPerfect, Quattro Pro, Borland Paradox, and a LAN-based groupware package called WordPerfect Office. Originally based on the WordPerfect Library for DOS, the Novell / WordPerfect Office suite was integrated by "middleware". The most important middleware-suite, still active in current versions of WordPerfect Office, is called PerfectFit (developed by WordPerfect). The other "middleware" (developed by Novell) was called AppWare.[27]

Novell buys WordPerfect Company[edit]

The WordPerfect product line was sold twice, first to Novell[2] in June 1994, who then sold it (at a big loss) to Corel in January 1996. However, Novell kept the WordPerfect Office technology, incorporating it into its GroupWise messaging and collaboration product.

Microsoft vs Novell[edit]

Novell-era user guides for WordPerfect and Quattro Pro

Compounding WordPerfect's troubles were issues associated with the release of the first 32-bit version, WordPerfect 7, intended for use on Windows 95. In the lawsuit 'Novell v. Microsoft', Novell argued that these problems were due to anti-competitive acts by Microsoft.[27]

While WordPerfect 7 contained notable improvements over the 16-bit WordPerfect for Windows 3.1, it was released in May 1996, nine months after the introduction of Windows 95 and Microsoft Office 95 (including Word 95). The initial release suffered from notable stability problems. WordPerfect 7 also did not have a Microsoft "Designed for Windows 95" logo. This was important to some Windows 95 software purchasers as Microsoft set standards for application design, behavior, and interaction with the operating system. To make matters worse, the original release of WordPerfect 7 was incompatible with Windows NT, hindering its adoption in many professional environments. The "NT Enabled" version of WordPerfect 7, which Corel considered to be Service Pack 2, was not available until Q1-1997, over six months after the introduction of Windows NT 4.0, a year and a half after the introduction of Office 95 (which supported Windows NT out of the box), and shortly after the introduction of Office 97.

Market share[edit]

While WordPerfect dominated the DOS market, Microsoft shifted its attention toward a Windows version of Word; after Windows 3.0 was introduced, Word's market share began to grow at an extraordinary rate. A Windows version of WordPerfect was not introduced until nearly two years after Windows 3.0, and was met with poor reviews. Word also benefited from being included in an integrated office suite package much sooner than WordPerfect.[28] While WordPerfect had more than 50% of the worldwide word-processing market in 1995, by 2000 Word had up to 95%; it was so dominant that WordPerfect executives admitted that their software needed to be compatible with Word documents to survive.[2]

Application integration and middleware[edit]

While Microsoft offered something that looked like a fully integrated office suite in Microsoft Office, a common complaint about early Windows versions of WordPerfect Office was that it looked like a collection of separate applications from different vendors cobbled together, with inconsistent user interfaces from one application to another.

In fact, enabling applications from various software developers to work together on every platform was part of the Novell strategy. Novell had acquired WordPerfect for Windows from WordPerfect Corporation, Paradox from Borland, and various peripheral utilities from other companies and had started to evangelize the Novell "middleware" – Appware – as a means for others to run their programs on every operating system. This "middleware" strategy would make software vendors and customers independent from operating system vendors, like Microsoft, thus posing a real threat.[27]

Contrary to Microsoft with its MS Office however, starting with WordPerfect Office 9, Corel successfully integrated the components of WordPerfect Office almost seamlessly. PerfectScript and the middleware PerfectFit played the major role here. Elements of applications like CorelDraw and Ventura desktop publishing were also integrated and enriched the document format.

Faithful customers[edit]

An example from 2008 of a U.S. Department of Justice court ruling that can be downloaded in WordPerfect format – but not in Word format

Among the remaining avid users of WordPerfect are many law firms and government offices,[2] which favor WordPerfect features such as macros, reveal codes, and the ability to access a large range of formatting options such as left-right block indent directly with key combinations rather than having to click through several layers of submenus as Microsoft Word often requires. Fast typists appreciate the ability to keep their hands on the keyboard, rather than reaching for the mouse as often as would be required if they were using Microsoft Word. WordPerfect users may also define any key or key combination to do what they want, such as typing phrases they often use, or executing macros. The user interface has stayed almost identical from WPWin 6 through WP X5 (2010) and file formats have not changed, as incompatible new formats would require keeping both obsolete software versions and obsolete hardware around just to access a few old documents.

Corel has catered to these markets, with, for example, a major sale to the United States Department of Justice in 2005.[29] A related factor is that WordPerfect Corporation was particularly responsive to feature requests from the legal profession, incorporating many features particularly useful to that niche market; those features have been continued in subsequent versions, usually directly accessible with key combinations.

Novell v. Microsoft antitrust lawsuit[edit]

In November 2004, Novell filed an antitrust lawsuit against Microsoft for alleged anti-competitive behavior (such as tying Word to sales of Windows) that Novell claims led to loss of WordPerfect market share.[30] That lawsuit,[31][32] after several delays, was dismissed[33][34] in July 2012. Novell filed an appeal against the judgment in November 2012.[35]

The documents filed in this lawsuit display abundant information on the essence, importance, history and development of WordPerfect.[36]

Windows shell namespaces were, and continue to be, a big part of the case.[37]

Corel WordPerfect[edit]

Boxes of Corel WordPerfect 8

Since its acquisition by Corel, WordPerfect for Windows has officially been known as Corel WordPerfect.

On January 17, 2006, Corel announced WordPerfect X3. Corel is an original member of the OASIS Technical Committee on the OpenDocument Format, and Paul Langille, a senior Corel developer, is one of the original four authors of the OpenDocument specification.

In January 2006, subscribers to Corel's electronic newsletter were informed that WordPerfect 13 was scheduled for release later in 2006. The subsequent release of X3 (identified as "13" internally and in registry entries) has been met with generally positive reviews, due to new features including a unique PDF import capability, metadata removal tools, integrated search and online resources and other features.

Version X3 was described by CNET in January, 2006 as a "winner", "a feature-packed productivity suite that's just as easy to use — and in many ways more innovative than — industry-goliath Microsoft Office 2003." CNET went on to describe X3 as "a solid upgrade for long-time users", but that "Die-hard Microsoft fans may want to wait to see what Redmond has up its sleeve with the radical changes expected within the upcoming Microsoft Office 12."[38]

While the notable if incremental enhancements of WordPerfect Office X3 have been well received by reviewers, a number of online forums have voiced concern about the future direction of WordPerfect, with long-time users complaining about certain usability and functionality issues that users have been asking to have fixed for the last few release versions.[citation needed]

Although the released version of X3 at the time did not support the OOXML or OpenDocument formats, a beta was released that supported both.[39]

Reports surfaced late in January 2006 that Apple's iWork had leapfrogged WordPerfect Office as the leading alternative to Microsoft Office. This claim was soon debunked[40] after industry analyst Joe Wilcox described JupiterResearch usage surveys that showed WordPerfect as the No. 2 office suite behind Microsoft Office in the consumer, small and medium businesses, and enterprise markets with a roughly 15 percent share in each market.

In April 2008, Corel released its WordPerfect Office X4 office suite containing the new X4 version of WordPerfect which includes support for PDF editing, OpenDocument and Office Open XML. However, X4 does not include support for editing PDF's containing images in JPEG2000 format, a format used by Adobe Acrobat 9.

In March 2010, Corel released its WordPerfect Office X5 office suite, which contains the new X5 version of WordPerfect. This version includes improved support for PDF, Microsoft Office 2007, OpenDocument, and Office Open XML. The new release includes integration with Microsoft SharePoint and other web services geared towards government and business users.

In April 2012, Corel released its WordPerfect Office X6 office suite, which contains the new X6 version of WordPerfect. The new release adds multi-document/monitor support, new macros, Windows 8 preview support, and an eBook publisher.[41]

WordPerfect Office[edit]

WordPerfect Office is an office suite developed by Corel Corporation. It originates from Borland Software Corporation's Borland Office, released in 1993 to compete against Microsoft Office and AppleWorks. Borland's suite bundled three key applications: WordPerfect, Quattro Pro and Paradox. Borland then sold the suite to Novell in 1994, which led to the addition of Novell Presentations and the now-defunct InfoCentral. It was then sold to Corel in 1996.

Corel WordPerfect Office 2000[edit]

Corel WordPerfect Office X5 suite, available in 2010

Corel WordPerfect Office 2000 featured version 9 of its core applications: WordPerfect, Quattro Pro, Presentations, Paradox and CorelCentral. All versions of the suite also bundle Trellix 2 and Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications.[43] The suite for Windows was released on November 16, 1998 as a preview[44] and on May 25, 1999 to retail.[45] The Home and Student edition, as well as the Family Pack, omit the Presentations and Paradox software. Small Business edition was released on January 31, 2000 and omits Paradox.[46]

Several variants of this suite exist. One of these is the Family Pack, sold in versions 2 and 3 at a reduced price.[47][48] This version cannot be used in a commercial setting. Three variants of the suite were created to integrate voice recognition. The first, the Voice Powered Edition, includes Dragon Naturally Speaking 3 and was released in North America.[49] The second, available at some international locations, included Philips newest generation of FreeSpeech.[50] The third is WordPerfect Law Office 2000, released on December 20, 1999.[51] It features NaturallySpeaking Standard 4 and bundles several programs designed for lawyers. Another notable variant is WordPerfect Office 2000 for Linux, released on March 10, 2000.[52] Although it supports various Linux distributions, it was designed with Corel Linux in mind as a way to upgrade such systems, which bundled a free version of the WordPerfect word processor.[53]

Latest version[edit]

The latest version is WordPerfect Office 2020, released May 5, 2020.[54]

Quattro Pro[edit]

Quattro Pro is a spreadsheet program that originally competed against the dominant Lotus 1-2-3, and now competes against LibreOffice Calc, Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets and Apple's Numbers. Corel's application is available only for the Windows platform.

Presentations[edit]

Presentations is a presentation program by Corel. Its main competitors include LibreOffice Impress, Microsoft PowerPoint, Google Slides, and Apple's Keynote.

WordPerfect Lightning[edit]

WordPerfect Lightning is a note-taking application. Its main competitors are Evernote, Microsoft OneNote, Google Keep and Apple's Notes.

Other desktop applications[edit]

Paradox is a relational database manager for Windows. Its main competitors are LibreOffice Base and Microsoft Access.

"Classic Mode"[edit]

Corel added "Classic Mode" in WordPerfect 11. Although this displays the "classic" cyan Courier text on medium blue background, it is not a true emulation of the DOS version. It does select the WPDOS 5.1 Keyboard. (The 6.1 Keyboard is available too.) The WPWin macro system, which remains unchanged, is quite different from that of WPDOS, and conversion is not easy. Unsurprisingly, the menu remains the WPWin menu, and the available Toolbars are WPWin toolbars.

Version history[edit]

WordPerfect co-founder Bruce Bastian
While WordPerfect was no longer an independent company after 1994, it (along with Novell) was instrumental in making Utah Valley a focus for software development.

Summary[edit]

WordPerfect 9 and newer is bundled with the WordPerfect Office Suite and cannot be purchased separately.

  1. ^Mac version numbers are much lower than their Windows counterpart for comparable functionality. For example, WordPerfect 3.5e was the final release for Mac OS, but despite its version number, it boasted compatibility with WordPerfect 7 for Windows 95 files
  2. ^Known versions for OpenVMS include 5.1, 5.3[55] and 7.1,[56] year of release unknown.

In addition, versions of WordPerfect have also been available for Apricot, Tandy 2000, TI Professional, Victor 9000, and Zenith Z-100 systems.

Known versions for IBM System/370 include 4.2, released 1988.

Known versions for the DEC Rainbow 100 include version (?), released November 1983.

Unix[edit]

A magnetic tape distribution of WordPerfect 4.2 for Pyramid Unix, 1991

Known versions for Sun include 6.0, requiring SunOS or Solaris 2, year of release unknown.

At one time or another, WordPerfect was available on around 30 flavors of Unix, including AT&T, NCR, SCO Xenix, Microport Unix, DEC Ultrix, Pyramid Tech Unix, Tru64, IBM AIX, Motorola 8000, and HP9000, SGI IRIX and Sun-3.

Macintosh[edit]

Development of WordPerfect for Macintosh did not run parallel to versions for other operating systems, and used version numbers unconnected to contemporary releases for DOS and Windows. Version 2 was a total rewrite, adhering more closely to Apple's UI guidelines. Version 3 took this further, making extensive use of the technologies Apple introduced in Systems 7.0–7.5, while remaining fast and capable of running well on older machines. Corel released version 3.5 in 1996, followed by the improved version 3.5e (for enhanced) in 1997. It was never updated beyond that, and the product was eventually discontinued. As of 2004[update], Corel has reiterated that the company has no plans to further develop WordPerfect for Macintosh (such as creating a native Mac OS X version).

For several years, Corel allowed Mac users to download version 3.5e from their website free of charge, and some Mac users still use this version. The download is still available at the Mac IO group[57] (successor to the Yahoo group) along with the necessary OS 8/9/Classic Updater that slows scroll speed and restores functionality to the Style and Window menus. Like other Mac OS applications of its age, it requires the Classic environment on PowerPC Macs. While Intel Macs do not support Classic, emulators such as SheepShaver, Basilisk II and vMac allow users to run WordPerfect on any Macintosh computer (or indeed any Linux computer). Users wishing to use a current release of WordPerfect can run the Windows version through Boot Camp or virtualization software, and through Darwine or CrossOver Mac with mixed results.

Atari ST[edit]

Like the Macintosh version, development of WordPerfect for the Atari ST did not run parallel to the DOS versions. However the Atari ST version number aligned with contemporary DOS releases. In 1987, WordPerfect Corp. released version 4.1. This was the only Atari version ever released, but numerous patches and updates ensured that the Atari version of WordPerfect ran on all Atari ST, Atari STe, TT, and Falcon computers.

WordPerfect ST differs from the DOS version most notably in speed and number of windows a user can open. On the Atari ST version, a user can open up to four windows (compared to DOS' two) and the application runs three to five times faster than the DOS version (depending on which update or patch is installed). This was possible because WordPerfect for the Atari ST was designed from the ground up and was optimized for the Motorola 68000 processor as well as Atari's GEM (Graphics Environment Manager) operating system.[58]

WordPerfect for the Atari ST retailed at US$395 with a student version for US$99.[59] The price of WordPerfect was significantly higher than most of the other Atari word processors available at the time. Atari Corporation published a version of Microsoft Write (the Atari version of Microsoft Word 1.05 for the Macintosh) for US$129.95 (almost 75% off the suggested retail price of WordPerfect), which did not help WordPerfect's campaign to establish itself as the standard word processor on the Atari platform.

Like other versions, WordPerfect for the ST was not copy-protected.[11] In 1988 WordPerfect threatened to abandon the Atari market after copies of the word processor were found on several pirate bulletin board systems. However, support from the Atari community convinced WordPerfect to reconsider and support for the Atari ST continued,[60][61] but only a single developer was assigned to the project to fix bugs.[62]

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