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What's the best free office package for vista, openoffice?

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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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#1
Just get MS Office - plenty of "free" versions on the net
#2
Yep, Openoffice is my choice of the free Office packages.

John
#3
Argee with both!
#4
open office
or if you want MS Office then *cough*pirate*cough*bay
#5
pikachu12;2447296
open office
or if you want MS Office then *cough*pirate*cough*bay

I find it a tough call between ms and open office suites both have their plus sides and both have their negatives, they both work in pretty much the same way so adapting from m$ office to open office is pretty easy open office seems to open up faster than m$ though, it depends if its for the occasional use or if its a heavily used app on your machine.
#6
yeah, i prefer openoffice, but i just like the look of ms office so i just use that
#7
OK thanks. I'll go with openoffice as it's only for my laptop.
Will it upset my laptop performance or stability at all?
#8
The older versions used to be pretty bad at burning up resources however I've never had any trouble with more recent versions.

John
#9
i use openoffice on both my laptop and desktop. great piece of software
#10
thanks for all the help
#11
yeh but have you tried office 2007 - specifially outlook 2007 -- with vista, it is soooooooooooo bad. it's just hangs and goes off to do the shopping on a frequent basis. i actually think it is busy corrupting all the little pixies inside my pc that arent supposed to be working by taking down the park and forcing them to drink tequila
#12
I think the only free full office suits availible for windows are OpenOffice and it's derivatives (like Lotus Symphony)

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