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On 10/03/2012 01:20 PM, Jay Lozier wrote:

One commenter noted that most SOHO users do not need the collaboration features in MSO (or any office suite). Also, I am not sure that many of the collaboration features are used extensively in large organizations.sides.
I guess I don't understand something here. Almost 20 years ago, I wrote user manuals for equipment I designed, and had the software engineer modify them as required for the user programming requirements. (This was for burglar-alarm systems.) there was no problem using the MS software that existed then--it would mark modifications with red underlines or something similar. I'd just send the copy over the network to my software person, and she would do whatever was necessary, and send the copy back for me to check it and release it. No special "collaboration" software, but we certainly collaborated. What's the big deal?

--doug (Retired RF Engineer)

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