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    Anyone know. Thanks.
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    www.openoffice.org
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    (Original post by lodzinski)
    www.openoffice.org
    Damn, I was too late!
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    (Original post by lodzinski)
    www.openoffice.org
    Can you provide me with the link to Word on that website please. Cheers.
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    'Microsoft Word' isn't a freeware product - so you can't just download it.

    And... if you're looking for a pirate copy then TSR isn't the place to do it...

    I'd suggest using the open source stuff the first reply offered you... Open Office is a good free alternative.
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    (Original post by abdelb)
    Can you provide me with the link to Word on that website please. Cheers.
    It's not Microsoft Word - it's a programme that is similar, and opens word docs (AFAIK).

    Free too I think.

    But if you want Microsoft, you won't find it there.
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    you have 2 options. download openoffice (a free office suite which works just like [imo better] than MS office, with full compatability), from the very easy links on that site, or BUY a copy. MS office is like £40 on student license ffs.
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    (Original post by installedpear)
    'Microsoft Word' isn't a freeware product - so you can't just download it.

    And... if you're looking for a pirate copy then TSR isn't the place to do it...

    I'd suggest using the open source stuff the first reply offered you... Open Office is a good free alternative.
    Yeah as if you don't own a pirate copy of it
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    Reported to Bill Gates/Steve Ballmer.
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    Torrents or Ares.
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    (Original post by lodzinski)
    you have 2 options. download openoffice (a free office suite which works just like [imo better] than MS office, with full compatability), from the very easy links on that site, or BUY a copy. MS office is like £40 on student license ffs.
    So if I were to use Openoffice, and were to forward a document using that to another person via e-mail, will they be open to the document even if they do not have Openoffice on their system?
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    http://us20.trymicrosoftoffice.com/p...&culture=en-US

    Download the trial if needed instantly.
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    (Original post by NW8_SW1_EC3)
    Reported to Bill Gates/Steve Ballmer.
    I Lol'd
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    (Original post by abdelb)
    So if I were to use Openoffice, and were to forward a document using that to another person via e-mail, will they be open to the document even if they do not have Openoffice on their system?
    you can save in MS formats.
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    http://us20.trymicrosoftoffice.com/p...&culture=en-US

    Download the trial if needed instantly.
    Cheers.
 
 
 
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