Meh... OpenOffice is the way to go.
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Sounds like a go-to-meeting for office apps.
Can't wait to try this product. The nice thing about Office 365 is you never have to upgrade :) I believe that we will see many businesses moving to Office in the cloud.
I agree, I'd like to give it a whirl. It sounds really great for global companies and 6 dollars a month is way less than I was expecting. I'm sure they give corporate discounts for a multiple-user license as well, everything is moving to the cloud......I just wonder how the web apps compare to the real desktop programs.
Now you're just mashing it!
If it's lightweight and fast enough, I'd love to replace my LibreOffice install with this. Even Open and LibreOffice are too slow for me, and I never use their proprietary formats. It would be nice to be able to open/write .docx files in Word, finally, as I never upgraded to the newer versions of Office.
Manduh:Meh... OpenOffice is the way to go.
I use OpenOffice on my home computer. The Writer gets the most usage from me.
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Dood, open office is crap. You want to use what all the major business, institutions and educational facilities use, you need office. Furthermore, Office is free if your not using the web for the first time ever.
Tip: google is your best friend.
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I haven't tried it yet, and I'm not holding my breath to do so. Every release since Office 97 has been increasingly cumbersome, bloated, and counter-intuitive. Open Office now holds the place of honor on my home machine. It's faster to load, quicker to find what I need, and better, it's free. I've never had any trouble exchanging documents with MS Office users, either.
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