Microsoft Office 2016 for Windows


floppybootstomp

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£220 or a yearly subscription as I understand it - correct?

Libre Office - nowt, nothing, bugger-all, for free.

Libre works well and you can save documents and spreadsheets with a MS file extension so MS Office users can open your Libre Office file.

Unless MS have put the kibosh on that with latest release, I don't know, but probably unlikely.

I will concede MS Office has two very good programs though - Outlook and Publisher, almost worth the 220 smackers for those two.
 
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Taffycat

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Actually Sir Flopps, I must confess that I use a free offering also (Kingsoft Office). :thumb:
 

nivrip

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Kingsoft is good (and free). :)
 

EvanDavis

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No thanks. I'm still rocking Office 2010 Pro and it's got a few years to go. By then unless MS come up with something good I will have moved over to Mac OSX :)
 
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