On Fri, 31 May 2002, Geoffrey Duke wrote:
> Sun has announced that they are giving unlimited no-cost licenses for all
> education and research institutions.
Very cool... BUT, OpenOffice is and I believe always will be free.
Same original code
Either is a good choice, as anything that stymies the M$ stranglehold on
users is beautiful! I've been running OpenOffice and StarOffice for a few
years. Very few issues, even in older versions and they both read and
write M$ Office formats... even PowerPoint (blech).
And with an OSX version of OpenOffice in development (though still
| WWRD - What Would Rob Do? |
| Chris Moran a.a.#707 [log in to unmask] |
|DMDL Computer Lab Coordinator Webmaster/Multimedia Developer|
|UVM Distance Learning Network 802.656.0358 Lafayette 407|