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Re: [vox] Linux Word Processors?
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Re: [vox] Linux Word Processors?

The older Star Office used a desktop scheme like the old 
Microsoft Works. It was slow and bloated. When they released the 
sourcecode for Star Office to the Open Office comunity the 
community built Open Office to open applications more like you 
see on the Microsoft Word setup You open writer and you get 
writer not the web browser that can open star writer. It opens 
Microsoft Word documents with fairly good results and is easy to 
use. It does have some advanced features, though not as advanced 
as Office XP (though also not as intrusive either). Try it out 
and see what you think. If you have debian I can send the deb 
additions for your /etc/apt/sources.list if you are using 
another distro I am sure that someone can help you out. Another 
advantage is that Open Office is supported on several platforms 
including Windows, BSD, and Linux.


On Thursday 05 December 2002 01:53 pm, Robert G. Scofield wrote:
> On Thursday 05 December 2002 11:05 am, Rusty Minden wrote:
> > Open Office is very good I have had good luck with it. I
> > also hated Star Office 5.2 and earlier.
> Okay good.  So why is Open Office better than Star Office 5.2
> and ealier?
> Thank you for your reply.
> Bob
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