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Paul Swinton from MO posted over 2 years ago:

I've been using both the MS Office suite and the Sun OpenOffice suite, and like them both (on different machines). I'de like to know how the Sun versions compare with the Apache version.
Thanks


jim from wa posted over 2 years ago:

Wayne's article, "using-excel-web-queries-to-retrieve-data" tells how to use Excel for these queries.

Just wondering, can Open Office make similar queries?


Robert Weir from MA posted over 2 years ago:

Thanks for the mention of Apache OpenOffice!

I'm a lifetime AAII member, and coincidentally also a volunteer on the Apache OpenOffice project.

I think it is important to note that OpenOffice is not only free, but it is "open source software", published by the Apache Software Foundation, a US-based non-profit corporation. The software we publish is developed by volunteers. We welcome suggestions, bug reports and also more volunteers at http://www.openoffice.org

It is worth noting that we also have a large template library of free document templates. Many of the Finance templates could be of interest to AAII members:

http://templates.services.openoffice.org/en/taxonomy/term/5

Finally, for support questions, we have a community support forum, run by volunteers, here as well: http://forum.openoffice.org/en/forum/


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