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GTGT
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June 18, 2010 - 9:19 pm
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i'm wanting to know if i can get free office and if it is good like microsoft office?

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Mr G.T.

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Hi
I have not used it myself, but one of my friends who also runs a senior's website swears by it. According to her it is 100 % compatible with MS Office.
It is free so you will not lose anything by installing and using it. I am also contemplating installing it.
shobha

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If you know how to use MS Office you should have no problems learning OpenOffice. It is just a matter of a little different navigation, but it is very intuitive.

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[quote="Carol Bratt":3k31lkv0]If you know how to use MS Office you should have no problems learning OpenOffice. It is just a matter of a little different navigation, but it is very intuitive. [/quote:3k31lkv0]

Carol for my own knowledge could you please tell if current version of open office would support word, excel created in Office 97 or 2000?

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I'm pretty sure versions 2.x and 3.x will support Word 2000. You may need to look for OO 2.4 to read Office 97 docs.

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[quote="OldElmerFudd":1q14tgti]I'm pretty sure versions 2.x and 3.x will support Word 2000. You may need to look for OO 2.4 to read Office 97 docs.[/quote:1q14tgti]

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