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Originally posted by Skyline OpenOffice Writer - feature packed....
Absolutely. I just really started getting into it lately, you know... Playing around with everything I see, and I am really amazed at the features they have packed into OO. It seems as if it may be more feature rich than Word. Thats definitely an accomplishment! And of course, you can't beat the price
I think Abi Word is a big contender to OOwriter, its small fast & in regard to bugs it depends on what version you get. All their final versions have been stable & their development versions have had bugs & that is why they call them development versions. I like Abi & Kword because I think they will be the jewels of their desktops if all the respective desktop users can get behind them, still maybe I'm just a Abi zealot (which I proud of). Cheers Jim
I know this is like screaming 'go USA' in Iraq but I use MS Word, since OO hasn't figured out equation editor and some other functions in word. If I wouldn't have to use MS word at school I wouldn't buy MS office, and I will probably not buy a new one.
I am also an abiword fan but I find there are still too many bugs in the 2.0.x version.
The last time I tried to write a simple CV in abiword, I found one crasher and 4 or 5 major bugs. This is really too much for me.
But sure, abiword is very promising and will be a serious contender in several months.