Question about Microsoft Computers & Internet
I suggest you use OpenOffice.
1) It's FREE
2) Anything generated on a computer that has OpenOffice on it, can be used on a computer that has MS Office.
3) Anything generated on a computer that has MS Office on it, can be used on a computer that has OpenOffice.
4) The user interface of OpenOffice is Quite similar to MS Office.
There is no learning curve.
NO, it would do you No good, if you are learning about MS Office in a school environment.
But you aren't going to download MS Office for free.
Just viruses, and the like.
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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