On 2010-10-23 12:58 PM, M. Fioretti wrote:
I'm very surprised you HAVE to use MS Office at University. Surely
as long as your submissions are in the correct format, the
University shouldn't give a damn what software you use
Not true at all in the real world, due to not absolutely perfect
compatibility (which is impossible to achieve).
But there are just as many if not more compatibility issues between
different versions of Microsoft Office as there between MSO and OOo.
I smell a class action lawsuit opportunity... which is funny, coming
from someone who advocates 'first killing all the lawyers'.
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