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Am 16.03.2011 04:34, schrieb NoOp:

On 03/15/2011 12:52 AM, Stefan Weigel wrote:


You're missing the boat... and flogging the wrong horse.

...whatever that means.

Here, download it and try it yourself:
Office Professional 2010
Best-in-class tools to grow your business

What's included: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Access, and

Let us know if Project is included in that.

We all know, what´s included in such bundles. Nobody said, MS
Project was included.

I've already pointed out that Project is a separate package & costs $$
above and beyond MSO.

Yes. MS Project is sold seperately. But it belongs to MS Office.

Now, if you find OpenProj lacking
(, contribute. Otherwise just buy (or look for)
something else.

I have never said, that I find something lacking.

LO is already bloated enough without adding yet another Microsoft
project (pun intended). Should LO also include Visio? How about Adobe
Acrobat, or Autocad? Wait... lets also include Google's Picasa, Chrome,
and Google Docs. How about adding Skype, and QGIS?

I have never suggested to add anything to LibreOffice.

All I am saying is: Do not compare LibreOffice to MS Office, because
it creates wrong expectations. We have experienced that for years.

I don´t need to repeat myself:


LibreOffice - Die Freiheit nehm' ich mir!

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