On Oct 17, 8:10 am, "Moshe Goldfarb." <brick.n.st...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Fri, 17 Oct 2008 14:31:09 +0000, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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> > Ten essential Linux office apps
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> >| Without a good set of office applications, your working day can be a waste of
> Which is exactly why the vast majority of the world uses Microsoft Office
> and ignores Open Office.
As they should, as Microsoft Office is the best application out there.
Of course, one might have to define "best" a bit differently
than most, but that's not unusual with Microsoft; they are
a very forward-looking company which is always looking
out for the customer's interests.
best (best) adj
1. Of or conforming to a de facto standard that can only be
satisfied by a single vendor, but which is very widely used.
2. Relating to the products provided by a single, but very
widely used, vendor.
3. Relating to the data formats generated by the products
provided by a single, but very widely used, vendor. (These
data formats need not be readable by subsequent versions
of same products.)
(yes, Teranews posting is borked again)