Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 3rd Jan 2008 23:01 UTC
Features, Office Ars reviews Office:Mac 2008, and concludes: "Perhaps the best thing that can be said about software that one uses in the course of working is that even if it doesn't make the work fun, it doesn't make it any worse, and that's certainly the story with Office 2008. Those spreadsheets, presentations and software reviews won't write themselves, but now it's a deal easier to make them look like they did. That it does that in just the way you'd want a great Macintosh program to behave is good news for Office workers."
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RE[6]: Good work Microsoft
by CrazyDude1 on Fri 4th Jan 2008 11:46 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: Good work Microsoft"
CrazyDude1
Member since:
2007-09-17

raver31: May be I am wrong but i sense a degree of anger reading your post. Take a chill pill. Some of us are able to appreciate good software irrespective of it's license or the company it is coming from.

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RE[7]: Good work Microsoft
by raver31 on Sat 5th Jan 2008 01:47 in reply to "RE[6]: Good work Microsoft"
raver31 Member since:
2005-07-06

Me angry ? no way, I am probably the only person who giggles when he is replying to half of the posts on this site.

I would not return to a site that I did not have a laugh on, and, there is a lot of people here who get very hot under the collar about their choices of applications/systems and think everyone should be using what they use, I am not one of them.

The one bad thing about posting in places like this, is that people cannot tell your intent just by the words you write on the screen. Some people stick loads of smileys in their posts, I don't think this helps much.

Sappyvvc thought I was having a jab at him too in my last post, nope, I had intended nothing of the sort.

Maybe I need to start including loads of 8^) in my posts or (giggles) at the end of the post.

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