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 Why use Open Office?

Answer OpenOffice is an "office suite" like Microsoft office. It includes a word processor, spreadsheet, presentation software and database software. Using it may have several benefits compared to Microso... Read More »
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Will Open Office documents open in Microsoft Office?

Sometimes---if you save an Open Office word processing file in the .doc format, Microsoft Word can read and open the file, but not all your formatting may be preserved. Both programs can save and o... Read More »
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How to Open Pivot Table From Office 2007 to Office 2003?

Office 2007 is a powerful program, but there are times when you will need to save those Office 2007 files into an earlier format. Not everyone has access to Office 2007, and saving your pivot table... Read More »
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Can I run Microsoft Office& Open Office on the same computer?

You can run both Microsoft Office and OpenOffice on the same computer. However, you may want to change your settings in OpenOffice so that files automatically save in Microsoft Office format. This ... Read More »
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Can you read Open Office docs on Microsoft Office?

You can read .odt text documents created with OpenOffice.org on Microsoft Office, provided you download OpenXML/ODF Translator add-in feature. This add-in is available as a download from a number o... Read More »
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