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A time ago i thought that "sometime in the future" i would take my time and learn LaTeX. Recently i tried a small tutor in a magazine and was amazed of how easy and beautiful it was, there was not much to learn. I remember when i read a course of basic computing in school, 1st grade senior high. Allthough I am capable of a little programming and use Slackware i actually thought ms word was very hard to understand. If i instead have learnt LaTeX the same things would have been a breeze and done in much less time. And no frustration. M$ word is the without a tiny bit of doubt the most frustrating program i ever used.
To all of you who haven't tried LaTeX do it! It is not hard at all and the result is far more professional and pleasing.
Distribution: Mac OS 10.7 / CentOS 6(servers) / xubuntu 13.04
Oh I see now.. I used to use Sun, we had it on an old Emachines.. it was alot better then Word.. I use 602Text on my thinkpad.. which is a free app, and I use Word on the Desktop windows side.. and OpenOffice.org on the linux side..