16th December 2008, 00:15 #21
have not used it whats it about
16th December 2008, 00:58 #22
OpenOffice.org has an office suite ALMOST identical to MS Office. It saves files in some sort of a generic file format, BUT you can also save files in MS Office file formats. In fact, you can open, edit, and save MS office files, AND you can set it to save your files in MS Office file formats by default. The best part of the whole deal is that it is FREE!!!!!!
16th December 2008, 01:33 #23
ah i see thx for details roraniel
16th December 2008, 02:56 #24
Yes, Openoffice is serious competitor for MS Office. But, it can't beat MS Office
16th December 2008, 05:45 #25
neahhh, no one can beat MS office.
16th December 2008, 08:25 #26
hey anyone use a portable fan for their laptop? i use a belkin model..
16th December 2008, 14:29 #27
I just got the best chain email I have ever seen.
"Send this to everyone in your address book and nothing will happen. I have sent it out three times and absolutely nothing happened."
16th December 2008, 14:35 #28
In order to force me to give it an honest try I have uninstalled MS Office on my personal laptop and installed OpenOffice, and I have kept MS Office on my work laptop.
I do a lot of file sharing between the two so this should give it a good workout. I will post my results after trying this for a few weeks.
Regardless of the results I thought it was a great alternative for those that do not have access to a copy of MS Office when I was cleaning up my daughters friends laptops.
Originally Posted by tweakwindows
16th December 2008, 15:47 #29
^ I would love to hear of your results, roraniel.
While OpenOffice may not be as good as MS Office, it is definitely a great alternative for those who are unable to pay for MS Office.
16th December 2008, 15:50 #30
Just installed Live Writer latest version,it's pretty cool