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nasrin khaksar wrote
what do you mean?
is it like microsoft office 2016?
i did not test microsoft newer versions but i heard that some works
installation, saving files and some fonctions need connection to the

I have no idea if it's like MS Office 2016. I never used it. But it is open
source and it is not proprietary so it is certainly better :)

nasrin khaksar wrote
i think its good for job projects, businesses, organazation and some
work that not private and we are in a hurry and want to get help from
someone or share our experience!

Obviously this is not useful for everybody. An online office suite like
open365 doesn't make sense for personal use in places where access to the
internet is limited. But maybe for an ONG with several PCs connected to an
intranet it is worth considering...

The idea is to have the office installed in your own server so that all
users have the same stable version and don't have to worry if the software
is updated.
On the other hand if everybody in a organization is using LibreOffice then
there is really no reason to use MS file formats...

Maybe this is the beginning of a GOOD thing!

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