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Re: [seul-edu] OSS for schools
hi... i think that wqe can work whit anything
platforms... othwerwise ms office, open office,
staroffice o kde office... i dont understand why
not... Ive have made print materials to use this
software and i think that is goog to have alternative.
So, we need to take care whit some forms or attributes
to files but for any other reason is good. I work whit
Open Office, MS Office and StarOffice under Linux and
share many files whit other co-workers under MS and
dont have much problems... salu2 manuel vargas
--- David Lloyd <email@example.com> wrote:
> > >> I hate to say it but if people can't work out
> how to use OpenOffice /
> > >> StarOffice then they really shouldn't bother
> with computers at all.
> > It's also not realistic, although I sympathise
> with the sentiment. Many
> > people who neither like nor understand computers,
> simply have to use
> > them.
> It's absolutely realistic. If people are being
> forced to use a tool that
> makes them unproductive then there has to be a clear
> business case why
> that tool is required. Otherwise, your organisation
> has chosen the wrong
> toolset and this will contribute, at best, to
> increased costs and at worst
> to a decrease in your organisation's
> Notice, though, that I haven't said "Don't use
> computers" - if you employ
> someone who will use his or her computer time
> unproductively, even if
> that's not deliberate, you need to take that account
> in your day-to-day
> business plan.
> The Open Source Business Network in SA
> ...will be open soon! Watch this space.
Lic. Manuel Vargas Alegría
Calle Tupac Amaru 153 Sector 2 urb. Los Próceres,
Lima - Perú
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