SSuite Fandango Desktop 220.127.116.11
We downloaded the ZIP archive and extracted its contents onto our desired folder from where we launched the application. Double clicking on the FandagoDesktopEditor.htm file opened the editor with our default web browser. Its graphical user interface resembled that of popular word editors, with font, paragraph, layout and Clipboard options arranged on the upper part.
The WYSIWYG editor enabled us to work with HTML documents just as we normally did with word documents. We wrote what we wanted and formated it without having to handle any HTML code. Buttons on the uppermost part of the application allowed us to choose our preferred background color, font color, font size, font type and formatting.