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Office Live vs. Google Apps/Sites

By tblessing ·
So, Susan, how would you characterize using Windows Office Live vs. the corresponding Google bits?
Thanks, t.

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what program would you recommend for the following needs

by deborahcdonovan In reply to Office Live vs. Google Ap ...

I need a program that would work on my PC and phone to both calendar items and coordinate possible calandar ideas with others that is easy to use. For example, I might see that the commonwealth club is hosting a lecture that is of interest to me and I would like to send the idea to my partner/friend to see if they are interested, if so I will need the info to reserve the event and then calendar it for me and my partner in our respective calendars.

Thus I need an easy way to flag potential items of interest, communicate with others to see if they are interested, and then get the item on my calendar as either a will do- or might do. I am want to choose a program that is common with others and will last me for the foreseeable future. It would be helpful to have aspects of my calendar that I share with others- eg.outdoor concerts and items I would keep confidential- e.g. MD appointments. Thank you for considering this request for expertise.

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You might try posting to the Q&A, rather than this old thread...

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