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You can create tables with ease, but saving to a Word doc drops the formatting.
If you need a word processor that’s more capable than TextEdit, but don’t want the huge footprint (or expense) of Word, then Write 2 may ably fill that need. It’s a streamlined but capable option that includes helpful features like columns and header/footer support, along with a live word count, plus you can save to and edit Word and Rich Text file formats. Columns and tables made here don’t transfer over to Word docs, though, so it doesn’t play quite as nicely as hoped.
Columns, live word count, and header and footer support are all helpful features in Write 2.
The bottom line. Affordable, fast, and easy to use, Write 2 is a worthwhile lightweight word processing option
64-bit processor, OS X 10.7.4 or later
More robust feature set than TextEdit. Works with Word and RTF file formats. Affordable.
Columns and tables don’t transfer to Word docs. Occasional crashes.