Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 24th Aug 2005 12:20 UTC
Features, Office OpenOffice.org receives most of the attention among FOSS office suites, but users shouldn't forget that free software includes at least two other word processors: AbiWord, and KWord, part of the KOffice suite. From their inception, both have been playing catch-up with OpenOffice.org's Writer. But now, after several years of development, AbiWord and KWord are both reaching early maturity. How do Writer, AbiWord, and KWord compare?
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Talking about interoperability
by Haicube on Wed 24th Aug 2005 15:22 UTC
Haicube
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2005-08-06

One thing which always made me loose it completely if we take MSO is the darn fonts.

If I use Helvetica on my Windows box, Helvetica on the OSX is not the same. This problem occurs with a whole bunch of softwares, and sometimes switching a document back and forth makes the document loose a font and use another one instead because it didn't find the first one.

Is this an issue with any of the 3 mentioned Word processors?

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