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Re: OT: Massachusetts Verdict: MS Office Formats Out



Michael D. Setzer II wrote:

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On 29 Sep 2005 at 15:22, Mike McCarty wrote:

I started to reply to his message, but you said it soooo much better!

Why should I follow around after OO when I can just boot Windows in
about a minute and a half, and be assured that the doc is ok? If OO
knows there is a problem, then it should tell me. If there is no
problem, it shouldn't frighten me. If it doesn't know, then why should
I use it?

Mike



But I've seen the problem with documents being different if it is sent to someone also using MicroSoft, but having a different printer or fonts. It doesn't print the same. We use to make forms available in Word format, but they would print differently on different system, with different page breaks. PDF files worked with all printers. The only problem was that users couldn't edit the forms, but that wasn't a big issue in our case.

This is a different topic, seems to me. PDF is intended to solve a
different problem, that of printing documents, not editing them.

Mike
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