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From Dr Donald Zarlengo <>
Subject Re: Shall we waste twelve more years promoting Free office suites instead of...
Date Sun, 10 Nov 2013 03:18:37 GMT
Let us take Fioretti’s advice. Lets focus on using one good product. Let us standardize on
formats that are supported as native to the software such as Appache OpenOffice.

I have found that the OpenOffice text application does a much more dependable job than Microsoft’s

I have used and own Nisus Pro - it is a multilingual word processor - as are almost all applications
my MacBook Pro and previous Apple products since 1984. 

I was often saving the files in rtf format, but now often use odt.

I have been using FileMaker Pro since 1984 as well. I have tried the OpenOffice system,
but it doesn’t come close to FMPro 12.

I have tried a few other applications in OpenOffice, they are OK.
But could become fantastic with our support.


Donald Zarlenga Ph.D.

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On Nov 9, 2013, at 5:45 PM, Peter Junge <> wrote:

On 11/10/2013 01:56 AM, M. Fioretti wrote:
> Twelve (TWELVE!!!) years ago I asked OpenOffice users “Are you
> advocating OO correctly”. Six years ago I said the same things in a
> different format. A couple of weeks ago, I came across a perfect proof
> that that kind of advocay IS right, but so far has been never
> practiced enough.
> Continues on my blog:

Prominently within that article is an advertisement (from Google add services) to download
OO from usDOTcom which we know is a fraud. :-(

> Feedback very welcome, of course!
> Marco
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