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TibetDoc WordProcessor V5, single user

TibetDoc WordProcessor V5, single user


 
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TibetDoc is part of a suite of software that was programmed specifically for typing Tibetan text. TibetDoc can be used to make Tibetan texts in completely authentic Tibetan (pecha) style. For non-Tibetans, it can be used to make texts that have traditional styling but with a line of Tibetan text followed by lines of transliterated and/or translated text.

A big feature of TibetDoc is that it gives access to our free digital library of Tibetan Buddhist texts and, on top of that, words in TibetDoc can be looked up on the fly using one or more of our Tibetan dictionaries. (These features were especially designed with translators and scholars in mind.) Extensive explanations of TibetDoc and what it can do can be found on the software section of our PKTC web-site.

TibetDoc works under Windows, from XP through to Windows 10. It can be used under Macintosh OSX by first installing a Windows emulator such as Crossover, Parallels, or VMWare into OSX and then installing TibetDoc in that. We and many of our customers have done that and have seen that TibetDoc works seamlessly with OSX. It has the great advantage that Mac users can gain access to all of our free texts, and so on, as mentioned above.

This is the single user version of TibetDoc, for first time purchase. The current version is 5.41. Paid updates from older versions to this latest version are also available: go to "TibetDoc WordProcessor V5, update only".

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

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Good September 30, 2018
Reviewer: J Lucas from Nepal  
This is the best Tibetan word processor you will find.  It's definitely worth having, and I don't regret buying it because I use it all the time, however it could do with an overhaul to bring the interface into the modern era, a mac os version would be ideal.  Currently I'm running this on OS X with the help of a small inexpensive program called "crossover".  Still gets 5 stars for the functionality.

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