Linux and Open Source... What is still missing?
hrsawyer at comcast.net
Wed Oct 25 15:58:23 BST 2006
My pastor uses MS Presentations with an overhead projector. When he
emails me the file and I click on it, my browser automatically opens up
openoffice and I see everything as if I were using MS.
This email has not been scanned for viruses . . .
as I am running Mozilla on Linux, they can do little to me.
If you are using IE on Windows, you might want to at least think about using Mozilla for browsing and Thunderbird for mail.
Michael T. Richter wrote:
> On Wed, 2006-25-10 at 20:45 +1000, Jeff Waugh wrote:
>> > The BIGGEST thing of all though I think is that there's no MS Access
>> > equivalent in any office suite (or outside of any office suite). The
>> > Kexi project is going so slow that I wonder if it's actually moving..
>> Take a look at Glom (it's in the archive).
> Am I tripping when I look at OpenOffice.org2's Base product and see
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