Opal Office

Cazimere Posted By Cazimere, Dec 2, 2007 at 4:50 PM

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  1. Cazimere

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  2. Gibbonboy

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    Go to www.openoffice.org , get the lates version, and you're set. These folks seem to be capitalizing on the play with OPEN-OPAL Office. Sure sign of chicanery. Seriously, OpenOffice is FREE, and it works great. The only issues I have is sometimes conversions between it and MS Office (either way) end up with mangled tables or weird stuff going on. Only takes a second to fix, but annoying. But if you really want a solid office suite, OpenOffice is the way to go. These guys even have "OO" on their site, seems very deceptive, and the site looks like my 7-year-old's dimwitted friend made it.
     
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