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My primary tool is MS Word 2019 (a significant improvement over 2010 which I was using before). However, I also use Grammarly to check my writing, and if it's important, Language Tool. (Language Tool, I think, was a better tool when it was a downloadable program because it was super fast and would check huge files in seconds.) ProWriting Aid is a style and ...


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There are some lesser-known writing programmes which work well if you're a modular writer. Gingko is very intuitive and exports well to Word. Unfortunately they don't support import, but I've found it particularly good for planning. Plottr is another visually intuitive programme which is impressive in its functionality, but it has slightly too many clicks/...


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It kind of depends on your writing process. When I'm working on fiction of any sort I prefer stripped down programs like Fast Notepad (a free Android app) I can teach it new words, and it has the two edged sword of an autocorrect/autofill function but otherwise it stays out of my way and lets me put words down as fast as possible. I personally write fast ...


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