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I would me most grateful for the printed LibreOffice user manual. I intend to use it in my 
one-on-one product presentation. I am trying to get, long-time MSO non-profits to change to LibO. 
This is a daunting task. Here in Tennessee, USA MSO is the default standard even for non-profit 
church schools. I will make my pitch and see where it goes from there. My job, as a non-paid, 
LibreOffice marketeer is to ask the questions that the Microsoft sales rep chooses not to ask. I 
have to present a real paradigm change from MSO to free software. I have to give them a real reason 
to change. Not just for monies sake. I have to convince them that they need the product. I have no 
budget, no expense account. I do have a full-time job working in dialysis. I am a full time student 
also. I choose to ask for a book vice money because, a book cannot be spent on other things. I know 
you don't know me… But I am very dedicated. I view the loose association of marketing folks as a 
barrier not an advantage. Like I said, I have no budget. I have a family. A wife and four kids. 
This is what I choose to do on my spare time.

Dave Johnson, USN-FR (HM2)
(619) 335-5314Dave Johnson DUNS number: 826989779

"Please do not send me Microsoft Office. Send OpenDocument instead!"; 

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