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Re: [LUG] Suse Pro Office
Alex Charrett wrote:
On Sun, 14 Jul 2002, lee quick wrote:
Its a wordproccesor? what freedoms do i lose??
The only difference i guess is that one comes with certain conditions on
use and the other comes 'as is' no guarantees no come backs.
Let me get this straight, you're prefering to pay for Star Office 6,
rather than use Open Office which are 99% identical, but to use Star
Office that 1% difference you're paying moeny and being put under
licensing restrictions as to what you can do with it.
Is that not the situation?
Correct StarOffice Has certain components which i use and which are commercial
Plus the inclusion of a printed manual on how to work with the suite helps,something
that microsoft does not do!
So all in all i think 20 notes is pretty good compared to the 500notes MS
wants for a single user license for office.
Is there really anything wrong with using a mix of free and commercial software
together, as long as the job gets done?