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OpenOffice.org 2.0 reviewed

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In over two decades Microsoft Office has grown and now has more than 90 percent of its user base. Dozens of word processors have evolved in this time and yet none of them were successful in making a mark or even taking over this user base captured by Office's Word. However, relatively recently, the OpenOffice has been a good competitor to Office in this established market. And now with their new final release, it looks like OpenOffice 2.0 is going to really open the windows and throw MS Office out...

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