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On Mon, 06 Mar 2006 14:22:14 -0500, mlw InfoPath ships with Office Professional. OneNote is extra, though it will come with some versions of Office 2007. Publisher shipped with at...
On Mon, 06 Mar 2006 13:43:20 -0500, mlw
I use OneNote extensively. I don't personally use InfoPath, but some of my clients do for things like time sheet recording, leave of absence formse, etc..
Publisher is part of the Office System. You're focusing on one "product" called Office, when it's a whole bunch of stuff that all works together.
Perhaps, but it's pretty much the standard in project management.
Access's number one most useful feature is that it cerates a database "file" that's completely self contained. You can then send that file to others, burn it easily to a CD, move it back and forth between your laptop and PC, etc...
It's second most useful feature is the extensive forms and reports you can create with it. I know lots of people that use Access as a front end to SQL Server to do reporting. OO Base forms and reports are weak facsimile's
The OpenOffice FUD Compaign has Begun 3335
Erik Funkenbusch Yup, and these applications are ill suited for a standalone app. Do they ship with MS Office, or are they separate products? It has never...
It's much faster and more productive.
Stop twisting the argument. First the argument is "No, OOo is not behind Office in any way". Then when it's shown how much stuff OOo does NOT have, it's "But who uses that anyways?"
That's like people saying MS-DOS was great, and that nobody needed mulbreastasking or GUI's anyways.