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Mulling Microsoft Office For Linux

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Okay. The rumor's been out and about before. It goes something like this: Microsoft has a super-secret skunk works project building a version of Office for Linux.

Microsoft always says nay.

A good source, a former Microsoft person who is still tight with the company, insists anew that there is, in fact, such a project. Current insiders deny knowledge of any such thing.

So again: Microsoft says "nay."

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