In an ideal world, you could create a Microsoft Word document on your desktop computer, put it on your Pocket PC, edit and format it on the road, and then send it back to the office as a .DOC file, with content and all formatting still intact.
This is what Pocket PC users expect from their mobile computers.
Unfortunately, this is not how it works right now. Word Mobile, the so-called "word processor" shipping with all Pocket PCs, is perhaps the biggest disappointment for mobile users: No headers or footers. No tables. No outliner. No on-the-fly spell-checking. Severely limited text formatting. Image support? Barely existent.
What about document conversion then? As soon as you move a .DOC file to your mobile device, all features that Pocket Word cannot process are stripped and thrown away. Basically, just the body text in bold, italic, and underline survives, but not much else.
The alternative is TextMaker for Pocket PCs, the first and only complete word processor for Pocket PCs. Multi-language spell-checker? Graphics? Footnotes? Track changes? No problem. Tables? Sophisticated character and paragraph formatting? At your fingertips. Lossless conversion of Microsoft Word .DOC files as well as OpenDocument files? Right on your Pocket PC.
TextMaker for Pocket PCs is the most comprehensive word processor ever developed for Windows Mobile.
Imagine that: Desktop-class word processing on your Pocket PC!
New features: OpenOffice.org and OpenDocument import, improved Microsoft Word import, AutoShapes and WordArt, Unicode support, Word-compatible tracked changes function, annotations, and much more... TextMaker is not only available for Windows, but has versions for Linux, Pocket PCs, Windows CE.NET, Handheld PCs, Sharp Zaurus, and FreeBSD, as well - one word processor, seven platforms. All versions of TextMaker use a single, common file format and can exchange documents with each other without any conversion.