Target Words

Target Words

Target Words allows you to create and solve nine letter anagrams in a snap
 
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Target Words is a wonderful tool that allows you to create and solve nine letter anagrams in a snap. The program makes combination of letters and provides a list with the possible words. It even enables you to select up to four keys letters, which are the ones that must be in every word. The resulting words are shown in alphabetic order highlighting the longest word and can be copied to the clipboard for later use. Moreover, all the puzzles can be printed or saved on your computer. To create your own anagram, you just have to clear the grid and directly enter the letters in the grid using the keyboard. This will allow you to solve puzzles that you may find in magazines or online. The trial version includes a reduced lexicon, but in the registered version includes 7 functionaries and you can also add your own if you want. The program features a nice and intuitive user skinned interface that can be used by anyone. It doesn't include customization options or anything like that, but it works efficiently and fast. It supports Windows 95 / 98 / NT / ME / 2000 / XP.

Silvana Mansilla
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Review summary

Pros

  • Nice and intuitive user interface.
  • Multiple dictionaries.
  • Fast.
  • You can create your own puzzles.

Cons

  • No customization options.
  • The words only appear alphabetically.

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