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On 06/02/2012 06:06 PM, Andreas Säger wrote:
Am 02.06.2012 23:29, webmaster-Kracked_P_P wrote:
I do not know of any professional IT person who would offer a major
package to their boss with the an attitude of "lets find out if it will
work", instead of "these sources indicates it should work, so lets look
into it more".

Yes, sure. Recently I visited a law firm where everybody was forced to
work with MSOffice 2010 but without any training. We had to compose a
rather complex document with lots of tables and the only suitable
software at hand was the office on my laptop. I loaded their .dot
template (which contained some useful styles), pasted unformatted text
into it, pasted some WinWord tables into a spreadsheet and composed a
well styled document from a collection of snippets while our lawyer
could concentrate on the content.
This could not be done in MS Office because nobody knew how to get
certain well known commands out of the ribbon.

Unfortunately for MSO users its use the ribbon only, no option to use a
different interface.

Jay Lozier

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