OpenOffice.org (3) [was: Why Aren't Open Source Tools Being Considered?]
I used it for about two months, and I was not at all sorry to
stop using it... I would never work with OO if I had a choice.
In many ways, it just was inferior. But I'm primarily an editor, so that may be part of the problem for me.
I'm also primarily an editor, and I much prefer OOo to Word. I
don't find it at all inferior; indeed, it suits the way I work
much better than Word does. Just goes to show that people work in
different ways, and so prefer different tools.
And, of course, if you primarily edit work done in MS Word,
you're better off using Word.
BTW, you might like OOo version 2 better than v 1.1.X.
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