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WYSIWYG, or What You See Is What You Get, is a method of displaying text and graphics on computer in the same fashion they will either be rendered for the viewer on another computer or by a printer.

WYSIWYG editing tools were revolutionary to both the printing and later web design industries, as they made it easy to see exactly how a document would appear to the viewer with real-time changes. If you have ever sent, for example, a rich-text or HTML-enabled email wherein you changed the font or inserted images into the email, you were using a simple WYSIWYG editor within the compose window.

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