But Sprint is pretty old now, most of my WP ends up as HTML, and it's inconvenient to use a DOS program for this purpose; the sequence was "save as text, ctrl-tab to windows, reload in browser, curse horribly, get back to Sprint and fix the errors". It also seems to run into more and more problems with each new PC; it won't run full screen under Windows 2k or Windows 98 SE, for example. Accordingly I've gradually been moving my long-term documents over to other software; mostly Notetab Pro, Word, and Wordpad, and in a couple of instances spreadsheets. The last straw came last night, when I put a printer server onto my home network, discovered how ***ing horrible the printer port capture routine is under Windows XP, then found out that Sprint tries to drive the hardware directly and hangs if you try to print to a captured printer port.
The upshot is that I'm retiring Sprint, and will probsably never use it again. It's a real shame, because for a long time it was easily the best word processor around. I'm going to miss it.