I am not too advanced in computers, but know md5 filesums, .iso, ect, so please don't be too advanced in your reply.
I am currently upgrading one of my computers from windows to linux, as I know linux is much better. I would like to use open office on the computer as the office program. The distribution of linux I am using allows the linux to be installed in windows, and windowws can be kept, so I can use windows if I need to. I was wondering how to get open office on cd (both cd's) without downloading a program for downloading the .iso's, and if I should install on Linux, or install on windows, wipe out MS word, and use wine to run the program in Linux, like I would be for many of my other programs.
Thanks in advance for your help.
P.S. here is the link for open office: www.openoffice.org
And for wine: www.winehq.org