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Old 07-28-2009, 08:45 PM   #1
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Has anyone else had a chance to play with this yet? So far it seems a lot zippier when opening up documents than 2007.
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I don't use office, it's WAY to expensive.
I like Open Office, it's FREE and seems to have all the same features as office.
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I don't use office, it's WAY to expensive.
I like Open Office, it's FREE and seems to have all the same features as office.
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oh the joys of getting expensive software for deep discounts

only $10 for me
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I got invited and sent a link by Microsoft but no d/load available last time I checked, must check again
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oh the joys of getting expensive software for deep discounts

only $10 for me
Microsoft Office 2007

$FREE.00

I don't use it though. I use notepad more than anything else.
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I personally didn't like '07. It just regrouped stuff in a weird way, might as well have been learning an entirely new program. Granted they had to do something to call it new and sell it for more I suppose. Haven't seen '10 just yet.
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