|Original author(s)||Tim Gill|
|Operating system||Apple SOS, ProDOS|
|Platform||Apple IIc, IIe, III|
Word Juggler was a word processor application by Quark, Inc. for the Apple IIe, IIc, and III computers. Until the release of AppleWorks, Word Juggler was the leading word processor on the IIe and IIc, beating out Apple Writer. The software was copy protected with a hardware dongle.
The software also came with a dictionary/spell checker called Lexicheck which was also well received.
The software was the first commercially available word processor for the Apple III and featured formatting commands such as margin settings, centering, justification, bold, underlined, subscript, superscripts, doublestrike, titles, footnotes, and page numbers.  The program was also able to use the Apple III redefinable keyboard to provide single-stroke editor commands (such as find, delete character, delete line, and so forth). 
The Apple III version made use of the full 80 column display, and could support 1210 lines with 128K memory, or 806 lines with 96k memory.
- Whole Earth Software Catalog. 1984. pp. 50–51,55.
- Ford, Doug (June 1983). "Word juggler. (evaluation)". CREATIVE COMPUTING 9 (6): 43.
- Markoff, John (Jul 5, 1982). "Word Juggler 2.2, a text editor for the Apple III". InfoWorld 4 (26): 68–70.
- "Word Juggler The Apple III Processor". InfoWorld 3 (32). Dec 28, 1981.
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