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Am 15.03.2011 18:49, schrieb Gordon Burgess-Parker:

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.

Exactly. That´s what I am saying. It´s a failure of communication.
By always comparing or LibreOffice to Microsoft
Office, people get the impression, OOo/LO are supposed to be a
replacement for MSO.

You may wanna check how often OpenOffice is mentioned as a clone of
Microsoft Office:


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