Is Office 2007 A Case Against Linux?
Apr 24, 2007, 22:30 (20 Talkback[s])
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"Have you used Office 2007 yet? It's quite a bit different from
Office 2000 and 2003, but, in my opinion, it's a pretty spectacular
leap forward. This has been well-document elsewhere, but is quite a
shift that the blogosphere can't quite capture as well as
first-hand use. It is, in fact, enough of a leap forward that I
don't believe OpenOffice, as an Office 200x clone, can compete.
OpenOffice is a great product, is free, and seamlessly
cross-platform. However, the biggest reason I'm continuing to use
Vista right now instead of the latest Ubuntu distro I just
installed is Office 2007..."