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    Do you use Open Orifice

    Pretty sure I'm on the official Apache site. But the download toggle sent me to a mirror (Versaweb)and its taking forever to download. It took 3+ minutes.

    This just seems sketchy

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    Vaseline or what they call leg opener on the Central coast Chardonnay with a fruit.

    If you are having trouble finding open orifaces it may be time for a makeover?

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    OpenOffice was discontinued years ago.

    It was replaced with libreoffice. Should be easy enough to download.

    I did use it but ended up going back to ms office to be compatible with work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    OpenOffice was discontinued years ago.

    It was replaced with libreoffice. Should be easy enough to download.

    I did use it but ended up going back to ms office to be compatible with work.

    Yep, doesn’t like up to promises.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    OpenOffice was discontinued years ago.

    It was replaced with libreoffice. Should be easy enough to download.

    I did use it but ended up going back to ms office to be compatible with work.
    Really. I had no idea. Might as well uninstall this and go for that then. Thanks

    I thought Openoffice was still the cutting edge
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    I'm still running open office on mac without any problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
    I'm still running open office on mac without any problems.
    Yeah I used it for my taxes this year. But I got a new computer . If there's something newer , I'll download that to start fresh

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    So I came across MS Office at $49 for life and purchased it.

    Sweet deal: Microsoft Office Home & Business for Mac 2021: Lifetime License | StackSocial

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
    So I came across MS Office at $49 for life and purchased it.
    Good for you, but be advised that Microsoft couldn't care less about revenue from software sales. That is so last century.

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    Either way it's a good price and always better than the alternatives.

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