Re: MS Office
Odie Ferrous wrote:
> Jim wrote:
>> Ask the family what features they need in MS Office that aren't
>> met by Open Office. When silence prevails tell them they are
>> using Open Office unless thay pay for the other.
> Oh, take a hike with your "Open Office" garbage.
> If it *were* that good, MS would be out of business.
And how would Open Office dominance of the office suite market cut
into Microsoft's Windows sales?
Killing all Google Groups posts.
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