On 5 April 2011 21:08, Steve Edmonds <email@example.com> wrote:
I tend to agree with Mike on many aspects.
We use 12 instances of LO in our business and I support more privately.
I inter-react with an educational institution and others predominantly MO,
our business is mainly LO.
For a corporation or large entity to adopt LO it must be able to transfer MO
I find that probably 90% of MO docs I receive don't open in LO without need
Before our switch we have the same problems with MO (we had a mixed
enviroment with MO 2003 and a couple of MO XP) receiving files with a
range from office 97 to 2007. I've found a better formatting aderence
now with libreoffice (but maybe is due to the type of documents we
a corporation could not tolerate this. I found that LO does
not time save (auto backup) .docs, a corporation would not tolerate that.
LO do autosave, only it do it in a slight different way: I use OOO
(and LO now) since version the first version, and even if it crashes
I've never loose a single document.
Freedom is nothing else but a chance to be better.
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