Distraction-free authoring and declarative templating
Read Write Doc
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Windows, Mac, Linux (rpm), Linux (deb)
Download the most up-to-date version of READ WRITE DOC now, to get all of the latest enhancements and security improvements you deserve.
After downloading the software to your computer, follow these instructions (replacing
1.x.x with the actual version number) to install it.
On Windows, run the
rwdoc-setup-1.x.x.exe installation program and accept or change the default installation folder:
C:\Program Files\Read Write Tools\Read Write Doc
On Mac, double-click on the
Read Write Doc-1.x.x.dmg mountable disk image file to make it available, then drag the application icon to the
Applications folder. That's it. (The mountable disk image is no longer needed, and can be ejected.)
Linux RPM packages
On Fedora, CentOS, and RedHat use DNF to install the package with this command:
[user@host]# sudo dnf install ~/Downloads/rwdoc-1.x.x-1.x86_64.rpm
Linux DEB packages
On Ubuntu and Debian use APT to install the package with this command:
[user@host]# sudo apt install ~/Downloads/rwdoc_1.x.x-1_amd64.deb
Each software package from Read Write Tools is digitally signed by the author. This is your guarantee that the package has not been tampered with. When you see this signature, you can be sure the product is a genuine Read Write Tools package.
Mac Signature: Joe Honton (4Z3GR9Y64F)
Windows Signature: Read Write Tools (JOSEPH HONTON)
You must activate the software after installing it. When you are ready to do this, have your customer number (looks like CN-xxx-yyyyy) and access key (looks like AK-xxx-yyyyy) available. Follow these simple steps:
- Start the application by clicking on the desktop icon.
- Use the application menu to navigate to ▶ Options ▶ Account...
- Paste the customer number and access key into the form and press Save.