On 08/18/2013 01:17 AM, Urmas wrote:"Paul":Yeah, bad troll is truly terrible.Meanwhile you could work on a feature parity with Microsoft Word 2.0, from 1991.The think I've learned about features is that it doesn't matter how many a software program has, as long as it has the one that *I* need. LO has the features I need. In some cases MSW does not. For example (and this is truly minor), LO allows me to control widows and orphans separately, which I appreciate since widows aren't nearly the problem that orphans are. Last I checked, Word only had one setting that controlled both. A simple little feature that I like.
+1 - This is true of any software package; does do what the user needs not whether it has features that the user will never use.
I would submit for most users that features they need in an office suite were available in the major office suites since the early 90's. This is the marketing conumdrum MS faces; to find must have features that almost all users would pay for in a new version.
I'm sure there are other features that Word has that others need. But, for my needs, LO works just fine.Oh, and btw, it has the greatest feature of all; guilt free installation on any computer I want.
+1 - An often forgetten feature; no limits on the number of installs or other restrictions on the user.
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