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Well I am just analyzing the way stuff is said, and what I am saying is that the "fluff" sounds ironic, like almost mocking MS, Create and manipulate charts more than ever before? doesn't that sound so stupid, like cliche. Its just a MS product on the Mac Site, I just think the slogans are too cheesy and stuff... dont you?
I have worked with computers for 35 years. In that time, I have learned patience.
Over the last 15 years or so, Microsoft Word is the ONLY software product which goaded me to the point where I did something bad. I twisted a keyboard into two pieces (well, two big ones and a bunch of little ones as it shattered) without even realizing I was doing it as Word97 absolutely INSISTED on doing it its way, rather than paying attention to how I wanted to do it. I have had no use for Word since that time, though sometimes necessity dictates and I use it. In fact, on Windows, I still prefer to use Wordperfect 8, which was the last good WP release.
However, I must say that Excel is the best spreadsheet on the market, hands down.
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Truly anti-climatic, I'd say. Except I don't see the connection with weather...