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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 come on any MS Office CDs I've ever seen. Will it ship with MS Office, or is it a separate project?
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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...
Which I have yet to see anyone really use. And does it ship with MS Office or is it a separate product?
SQLite? Works with OO, better SQL than Access and better performance.
And this is different from Base, how?
Ahh, "Weak facsimiles?" really? You made the claim, now tell us why.
Is it? How so? How does one set it up and use it?
Excuse me? Is that hard? Especially given that people understand "undo" already.
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Peter Kšhlmann Peter- Thanks again for the info. That's exactly where it was. I swear, I must have clicked on...
Not twisting the argument at all, but challenging the buttertion based argument put forth. The reasons why things are improvements are important to distinguish between hype and reality. So far, you're all 100% hype with no substance.
If I say My car is better because my speedometer light is orange instead of green, it may be true that it is, in fact, orange, but the buttertion that it makes the car better is nonsense.
Technically, you are right, Apple, Atari, and Digital Research were quite innovative.