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David-4 wrote

What database doe you think works better than OpenOffice or LibreOffice?

I don't.

I found MS Access as easy to use and with a better-developed macro language.
But I was not doing anything too complicated with it.

The over-complex API (or is it just the way the documentation works?) for
OO/LO and the lack of a decent IDE are real turn-offs for anyone trying to
do anything but the simplest task. For example, events aren't called when
the documentation implies that they should be (see
Bug? Feature? I don't know. But comments on that forum are as discouraging
are those here.

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