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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 least one version of Office (2000 IIRC) Professional. But that's beside the point. Office is a suite of tools that work together, not a single product.
I have seen many use it.
And just how many end users are going to be able to configure OO Base to work with SqlLite? And, it's not portable in that if you send someone the file, they may have OO installed, but not SqlLite.
Mostly that you are creating a front side database for the interface, and links to tables on the backend. Also, Access uses VB for it's scritping language.
The OpenOffice FUD Campaign has Begun 3337
Peter Kšhlmann Peter- Thanks again for the info. That's exactly where it was. I swear, I must have clicked on everything in YaST looking for this. For some reason "Runlevel-editor" didn't register as...
Actually, yes. Here's what you would do in Office 12:
Select area, Hover over style, notice how it would change, hover over another style, watch the changes for that. You don't even have to click a button or press a key.
The OpenOffice FUD Campaign has Begun 3338
I wouldn't call it "unfair". It was Larry that made the observation that there was too much anti-M$ noise (the symptom that Larry called the disease), and brought it to the wrong conclusion...
No, the argument is not about features which are different, but about features that do not exist.
If I say my car is better because it has a tachometer, and yours doesn't. You can say "Well, who needs a tachometer anyways", but it's a bit silly.