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Muffy St. Bernard - 08/12/2014
According to the April, 1982 issue of SoftSide, "Letter Perfect has nice print options, allows the user to output command codes directly to the printer, but is somewhat lacking in its user interface. For example, the program title that always occupies the top line of the editing screen is distracting. And the multitude of control commands are a little difficult to remember. Its files not being DOS compatible precludes its use for some functons..."
Joe Ventura - 23/11/2006
Where is Data Perfect? It was also made by LJK and integrated with Letter Perfect.
Siegfried - 16/01/2006
Excellent word processing on the atari. I used this well into my first university years. (Even spell checking was available.)

Used its own disk access system in order to save the RAM space required for DOS.

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Information

GenreWord ProcessingYear1980
LanguageMachine LanguagePublisherLJK
ControlsKeyboardDeveloper-
Players-CountryUSA
Programmer(s)

Leonhardi, Ken

LicenseCommercial
Graphic Artist(s)Medium Disk Cartridge 
SoundRarity   
Cover Artist(s)-Serial2001 - Diskette / 2005 - Cart
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Additional Comments

Missing 80-column cartridge release dump and original disk images!

There were six versions of Letter Perfect released.

Two 80-column versions were released for both the Bit-3 and Austin Franklin 80-column cards.

Letter Perfect was the first word Processor released for the Atari Computers.

Cartridge

Letter Perfect Atari cartridge scan 

Disk

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Instructions

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