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Jun 21, 2006, 05:30 (5 Talkback[s])
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"There's an old phrase you may have heard, 'There are some things that money can't buy.' A recent advertising campaign has appended, 'For everything else...' Clichéd as it is, the phrase can be turned on its head to neatly sum up the differences between Microsoft Office and OpenOffice. There a some things that only money can buy. For everything else, there's OpenOffice. I would hazard a guess that the average computer user is unlikely to require anything form a word processor that OpenOffice Writer cannot provide.

"However, switching from Word to OpenOffice Writer can be almost as difficult as switching from Windows to Linux..."

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