It was developed as an extension for Protext that would allow WYSIWYG editing. Bold, italics, underline, and different fonts would be shown on-screen, rather than simply as inverse 'b' or 'i' characters as standard. In addition, .CUT and .DR clip art could be loaded and placed on the page, interspersed with text. This, too, was shown as WYSIWYG.
The program was intended to be available on disc or ROM.