If one company can be credited with creating the market for Amstrad ROMs it must be Arnor - a name taken, with permission, from The Lord of the Rings.
The Pretext, Prospell and Promerge combination of word processor, spelling checker and mail merge program have won nothing but praise from Amor's customers - indeed this article was written using Protext. Even their customer support is good.
Now due to popular demand Amor is moving to the Joyce (and moving to new offices as well, but that's a different story).
The first program will be a version of Prospell for the PCW. This will work with LocoScript, WordStar, SuperWriter and the like. It will be launched at the
Amstrad Show 1986 in June for around thirty quid.
Later in June there will be an 8256 version of Protext which will incorporate both spelling and merging.
This will no doubt work with both the standard printer and anything you care to attach to the CPS interface.
The program weighs in at a hefty £80 but then you Joyce owners are a wealthy lot.