One choice for each person.
You are welcome to offer other solutions.
Please provide reasons. Thanks.
P.S. Sorry the last choice should be "Hancom Office's Hword 2014". I cannot edit the poll options.
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Triple vote for Papyrus from this end. One from a doctor, one from a biochemist and one from an astrophysicist. (None of those are me. And yes, it does sound like the start of a bad joke.)
It has a write and draw option, and you can export as PDF, PNG and Jpeg. (PDF for easy printing and importing to other apps). All work offline, which is preferable over how some apps require an internet connection. You can also import PDFs and write on those, as well as insert pictures and write on them.. (convenient for diagrams and scanned documents.)
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