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Programmata editoria primitus in computatris peronalibus annis [[1970]] adhibita sunt in [[officii sedes|officii sedibus]] ut [[machina scriptoria|machinarum scriptoriarum]] functiones imitentur. At per haec programmata amanuenses poterant errata facillime corrigere omnino antequam litteras in charta physica imprimerent. Qua de causa computatra personalia programmatis editoriis instructa magnam populo gratiam annis [[1980]] mox ceperunt.
Quamquam primaPrima programata editoria ad documenta elaboranda explicitas notas configurationem [[typographia|typographicam]] indicantes [[nota Markup|''Markup'']] adhibebant, hodieet illausque praebent [[graphica usoris interfacies|graphicas usoris interfacies]] quae scriptoribus notas ''Markup'' omnino occultantes [[vista quae vides habes|vistis generis quae vides habes (WYSIWYG)]] provideant.hodie
editorium systemate [[LaTex]] et [[wiki]] eo consilio usurpantur. Alia editoria sicut [[Microsoft Word]] illa praebent [[graphica usoris interfacies|graphicas usoris interfacies]] quae scriptoribus notas ''Markup'' omnino occultantes [[vista quae vides habes|vistas generis quae vides habes (WYSIWYG)]] provident. Alia editoria huius generis quae populo gratia hodie habentur sunt [[AbiWord]], [[KWord]], [[LyX]] et [[OpenOffice.org Writer]]. Etiam nonnulla editoria interretialia sicut [[Google Docs]] inveniuntur, quae genus novum habere putatur.
Although early word processors used tag-based [[Markup language|markup]] for document formatting, most modern word processors take advantage of a [[graphical user interface]] providing some form of [[What You See Is What You Get]] editing. Most are powerful systems consisting of one or more programs that can produce any arbitrary combination of [[image]]s, [[graphics]] and text, the latter handled with [[type-setting]] capability.
[[Microsoft Word]] is the most widely used computer word processing system; [[Microsoft]] estimates over five hundred million people use the [[Microsoft Office|Office]] suite, which includes Word. There are also many other commercial word processing applications, such as [[WordPerfect]], which dominated the market from the mid-1980s to early-1990s, particularly for machines running Microsoft's [[MS-DOS]] [[operating system]]. [[Open-source]] applications such as [[AbiWord]], [[KWord]], [[LyX]] and [[OpenOffice.org Writer]] are rapidly gaining in popularity.{{Citation needed|date=January 2008}} Online word processors such as [[Google Docs]] are a relatively new category.
he term ''word processing'' was invented by IBM in the late 1960s. By 1971 it was recognized by the ''New York Times'' as a "[[buzz word]]".<ref name=buzz>Smith, William D. (1971) "Lag Persists for Business Equipment;" ''The New York Times,'' October 26, 1971 p. 59</ref> A 1974 ''Times'' article referred to "the brave new world of Word Processing or W/P. That's International Business Machines talk... I.B.M.introduced W/P about five years ago for its [[Magnetic tape selectric typewriter|Magnetic Tape Selectric Typewriter]] and other electronic razzle-dazzle."<ref name=ghetto>Dullea, Georgia (1971): "Is It a Boon for Secretaries&mdash;Or Just an Automated Ghetto?" ''The New York Times,'' February 5, 1974, p. 32</ref>
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