On 01/20/2012 04:08 AM, Tom wrote:
I am still using LibreOffice 3.3.2 and i am fairly sure quite a lot of other
people are too. It still does everything i want and more. It still beats
MS Office 2010 by quite a long way especially on lower spec machines and
when i need to move images around smoothly in any direction.
Even with the security issues around java i feel a LOT safer with an 'old'
LO than i ever felt with a 'new' MS Office.
Well, you might find 3.4.4 worth installing. It does work better with
those pesky .docx files, than 3.3.2 does. That is one of the reasons I
keep updating. I have some idiots that insist on using .docx files and
all their [the idiots] weird graphics on simple 2-3 page documents. I
think they must be frustrated artists, or something.
I agree with the feeling of being safer with LO over MSO. I switched to
Ubuntu as my main OS for the safety aspect, and the ability to find free
software, where it would cost a lot to get the stuff on Windows.
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