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On 15/03/11 15:51, Stefan Weigel wrote:

People were expecting that OOo is just the same as MSO, but for
free. People were complaining about functions that were not exactly
the same as in Word, Excel or Powerpoint.

Then that's a lack of communication and explanation.
ANY different software requires at least an introduction to the functions that ARE different. If people expect OO or LO to be EXACT clones of MS Office then they are being very naive.
Seen the difference between office 2003 and 2007/2010?
Do people buy a new car and expect the controls to be EXACTLY the same as their old one?

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