Oromiffa 2000

Oromiffa was a wordprocessor localised in Oromo in the 1990s by Iskander Idris, and marketed by a company called Oromosoft (which was apparently based in Clarkston, Oregon, US). The last version available was 3.1.

Oromiffa 2000 v.3.1 included commands in Oromo (Qubee orthography), a full set of functions, "the first Oromo thesaurus and the ability to send active documents as an email or fax."

Screenshot of the main screen of the wordprocessor from a PowerPoint presentation about the software: