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Running MS-Office on Linux

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Office is certainly the killer PC app where I work.
Microsoft Office, the theory goes, is what keeps home users demanding Windows PCs, and what keeps businesses capitulating to confiscatory license fees from MS for every piece of tin in their shops, while wasting valuable man hours doing license audits in terror of a visit from the BSA shock troops. They'd be delighted to move to an open source operating system so long as they could run their favorite applications.
 read more | mail this link | score:5253 | -Ray, April 18, 2002 (Updated: February 13, 2004)
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