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    ANyone ever try this? OpenOffice I just downloaded it and am willing to try it instead of using M$ office.
    If anyone has tried it before or is currently using it I would appreciate any feedback on it. So far it seems to handle all Office documents/spreadsheets very well. I think it will just take some time to get used to the new interface.
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    I've tried a couple of different office suites, they all seem to do the job, but it takes some time to get used to a different UI.
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    I have a client who sends me files from it all the time. I am able to open them in office with no probs.
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    I use it often - no problems so far, except that it won'topen Wordperfect files. Another one to look at it (free) is Abiword.
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    Has anyone looked at how well DocsToGo and its peers handle files from these non-M$ suites?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shopharim
    Has anyone looked at how well DocsToGo and its peers handle files from these non-M$ suites?
    No, but they should be fine. The way you can view with MS is... The file is saved as and MS file type then it is viewable by MS. Its like converting from WP to MS
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    On linux, openoffice works great and it's free. There is a better version of openoffice by the name of staroffice7. same company and product. star office just has more features. both are compat. w/ m$.

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