Debrief and Defend: OpenOffice vs. Microsoft Office 2003
April 2, 2007, 12:00am PDT
Source: TechRepublic Pro
Your company provides productivity office software to create documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. This software can be expensive to license, so it is important for your company to explore alternatives that may be as well suited to the business. The most popular choice for such things is Microsoft Office 2003. You do have an alternative, however: OpenOffice 2. You can use this presentation for a persuasive argument why your company should seriously consider a move to OpenOffice.org over Microsoft Office.
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