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Description to the 1st Question:
It seems like Microsoft Word is like an "all-in-one" suite. You've got website editor, you've got word processing, and you can make PDF/XPS documents, and do a whole bunch more (not to mention that it also includes coding with macros).

Description to the 2nd Question:
I'd say you would save up money and/or time because you 1). Would not have to go hunt around for separate software. 2). You would not have to have the need to go truck out on cash for software with the features you need.

What's your take on this question?

asked Jun 15 '11 at 03:08

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edited Jun 15 '11 at 03:12

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It saves me money and time it is a great program but you can go with Open Office

answered Jun 15 '11 at 06:09

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Riley Redford Rodgers

I've been using LibreOffice since it was initially released and I've never had a project where I needed MS Word.

answered Jun 15 '11 at 11:45

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If you're looking to save both money and time then Libre Office is way ahead of the curve ATM.

(Jun 15 '11 at 16:12) AlanStryder AlanStryder's gravatar image

I like using Google Docs for word document creation/editing. It's very simple, fast, and in the cloud. All my files are available on all of my computers without having to copy a file, or worry about older versions. I really don't use PDF files that much, but I'll usually just use Adobe Acrobat, and for web editing, I use visual studio, but most of my work is with server side code, not just client side html.

answered Jun 15 '11 at 14:25

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for typing documents it is great, for web design, you are better off using notepad.

answered Jun 15 '11 at 14:35

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Asked: Jun 15 '11 at 03:08

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Last updated: Jun 15 '11 at 16:12