I did really like WP 7.x too myself. I believe that was made back during the Novell era.
Incidentally, I should clarify the last paragraph of my review, when I make mention of documents created under the older WordPerfect Office X6. I didn't mean actual .wpd and .qpw filetypes, which is what most readers were hoping for, but rather their MS Office format-saved equivalents. I believe I might have caused some confusion there. If you need to work with .wpd and .gpw files, you are going to need to shoot for the WordPerfect Office X6 edition. Thanks for pointing that out.
Incidentally, if you know where to look, Corel sells OEM versions of WordPerfect Office X6 that are significantly cheaper than their retail counterparts.
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