On Wed, 4 Dec 2002, Brian wrote: > I need some examples so I can present a strong case for OpenOffice. We're > stuck netween a rock and a hard place, and OpenOffice might save us. That > is, if I can get the PHBs to listen. Whenever I say "linux", they say > "no", before they've even heard what I have to say. They assume that > free == crap. > > I had been thinking about raising the issue with PHBs, but I feared a > solid "no" when I said the word "open". Then this morning, someone in our > department comes up to me and asks me if I've ever heard of > OpenOffice. Her husband uses it religiously, and supposedly he's heard of > governements and huge businesses switching to it like mad. > > So, what I need are examples. Who here uses OpenOffice in a corporate > environment? Who thinks OpenOffice is a worthless piece of crap? I need > to hear both sides so I can present a clear case in all directions. > > Thanks! > OpenOffice 1.0.1 is as compatible with MS Office as any two versions of MS Office are with each other in my experience. -- Daniel Taylor dante at plethora.net Forget diamonds, Copyright is forever.