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August 27, 2007

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Thanks! Your post has been really helpful!!

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To be honest with you I've never spared to Open Office due attention. Before your article. I used it only several times. Now I think about using this program in full value. Probably I should learn it careful to remained satisfied.
Thanks for your work.

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Just tried your advice in Ubuntu. Awesome stuff it worked flawlessly. From my windows desktop at work to my linux desktop at home. So great... Thank you Thank you

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