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Old 05-13-2008, 08:56 PM   #11
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This is just too good... I'm sticking around for this one
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I downloaded openoffice but how do I open it up and use it??
I've never used it before, but I'm sure you need to install it, look for a setup.exe file and click on that.

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lol at your username and the title of this thread...

install it, click on start > programs > open office > open office writer > enjoy!
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lol at your username and the title of this thread...

install it, click on start > programs > open office > open office writer > enjoy!
LOL, that is too funny!
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Lol, nvm. He might actually try it.


(It was the deltree command )



Opens up the world's best contract writing program.


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use either word or open office.

without meing to criticise from the outset, if you don't even know that word, or notepad, wordpad even the dos edit program could be used to write a contract. (which is just a bit of paper). then I also doubt your ability to write a safe legally binding contract.

I suggest you have a solicitor, or other professional write your contract to make them safe
or you download a template and edit it.
or download a template to give you ideas.

I wouldn't suggest that you just start out with a blank page and write whatever comes to mind.
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Why did you post two threads about this?
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