its is actually... running a laptop with Red Hat Linux... comes with openoffice.org... it can work with all office documents... The writer can save .doc files all the way to Office XP and Calc will do the same for Excel... Presentation, well, haven't opened it b4 so i dunno about that...Adiemus said:It's a good suite of softwares. you may face some problems exchanging files with others. It's not 100% compatible with Microsoft stuff.
But hey... it's free.
I've been using it for over 12 months - writer and calc (On RedHat Linux) and annying my Microsoft using collegues by storing the 'master' copies of all my work in oo format which Office can't read. (But easly could is M$ so desired, oo format files are just zip files containing several easly parsed XML files...) Only the finished versions of my work are exported to M$ format for their consumption.clive said: