Questions and answers about TextMaker 2016 for Windows
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I, too, use Grammarly and think this would be a great add-on. However, I doubt that they will ever hook up together. You know why... licensing $$. If, however they do, I know you (wshillington) and I would not be the only happy people using Softmaker.
If you save your document as an RTF or DOCX, then you can use the Grammarly app to import it. once done, you export it to another file name. Example: origional doc. docx to origional doc edited.docx. It's very easy to do, I do it all the time.