In data martedì 02 novembre 2010 16:48:46, Peter Rodwell ha scritto:
I have only today joined this discussion so I don't know whether this
has already been discussed or not.
There are two reasons why I have just paid money to upgrade to Office
2010 instead of switching to OO/LO:
1. Complete file compatibility. I frequently handle documents with
very complex formatting. These come from my clients, all of whom use
MS Office. I translate and edit the documents and return them. They
*must* retain 100% of the original formatting. So far this has not
been the case with Oo.
If it's just for translating the text of the documents, then you must
give a try to OmegaT  or a similar tool.
Of course you will need MSO to verify the final document, but the
translation will become much more easier with a CAT tool.
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