Wow !, this is a very complex question depends on many factors.
My first and last recommendation is that download LibreOffice and try it
with your documents. LibreOffice is a Free and Open Source project, you
have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
- LibreOffice has excellent filters import/export to Office documents
(doc, docx, pptx, etc.)
- LibreOffice can be connected directly to onedrive, Sharepoint and
other remote services (try to activate the native dialogs)
- The design of your documents will remain depending on usage styles,
direct formatting, typography or unique elements of MS Office (like
- The import of macros is limited and not recommended.
And much more...
El 26-10-2015 13:04, p.a.2k9 escribió:
Before I decide to download your software I wanted to check on its compatibility with other
providers ie microsoft office, word, excel as I use those at work but need to do work at home
sometimes using sheets already created in microsoft.
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