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Movie: Microsoft Office vs OpenOffice / LibreOffice

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Abel Carbonell
"Like" and "similar", those are the key words. LibreOffice has an ugly UI
and needs a lot of features that MSOffice has to considered as a viable
alternative for most users.
Floris van Dam
I use openoffice
petermoel2
5 out of 5 stars?
Over the years I have gone back to the various free office suits and done a
fair bit of testing. When you exchange documents with people /
organizations use MS Office, you pretty much have to use MS Office as well.
Of course you can write a letter in Libreoffice, but you can do that in
Wordpad, too. Or use the Google online apps, they are pretty good.
If you produce documents for yourself, you may use any of these free clones.
I don’t see the “ueber expensive”. An Office 365 is about $100 for 12
months for up to 3 home computers, that’s about $2.80 per MONTH. That’s not
expensive in my book.
It also has been years (no kidding) that I have seen MS Office crash.
I can only recommend that people do thorough testing before they decide to
use something like Libreoffice. Like everything it has advantages and
disadvantages.
Grobee
My biggest problem with Open / Libre office is their UI, it is just ugly
and outdated. They look like Office 2003 and this is not a compliment.
Screaming Dean
For writing and editing paragraphs for English classes which is better Open
Office or Libre Office? 
xxwzaebd
After 25 years, there is simply NO alternative for Area Hangeul which is
available on ALL platform without the slow and crashing java. Lee
Chanjin,Kim Hyungjip and Woo Wonshik are the greatest ever. Area Hangeul
1.0 has been declared cultural heritage and thus is now on the same level
with egyptian pyramids, old churches , and many other cultural heritages of
the world. "Open source" has failed completely and consummately. 
yztyzt1
You have to understand that I really love onenote. I can live without MS
word. But, the one thing without which I cannot live is onenote. It is
just such a great product. I use it daily with all things ranging from
just journaling to storing very important ideas and information. So, how
do you solve the problem of onenote? Surely you cannot go to libre office
for that. And evernote is a toilet product that not worth the shit that I
shit on it. I shit on ever note becuase it is pure garbage.
Alexandr Šnajdar
this video is all wrong! why present MS Office as THE One and Open/Libre
Office as an alternative?

LibreOffice is simply better then MS Office for Home and SME users.

For the large organisations there might be few question - but mostly
related to transitional issues due to the different technologies ... And
still LibreOffice has a significant (security, compatibility, maintenance,
integration, ...) advantages for those organisations too.

- all not mentioning the price of purchase ("0"/free/null),
maintenance/support (very competitive), management (why to bother about the
DRM/IP&co)
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Megurine Julia
OpenOffice is really good, I love it. :p
James Sarantos
Nice, I like how you emphasized the RMS quote at the end
דוד שלמייב
Libreoffice's ui is kinda crappy...
Jax Music Supply
5 out of 5? Nuts. I use both. While I do some things in Libre Office on
Linux or a particular PC (that I don't want to buy another copy of Office
for), it is very hard for me to get stuff done very quickly, especially in
Calc. The word processor is ok, but again, is kind of sluggish. If you are
just doing some basic stuff for a college class, you can probably get by.
If you have to work day to day, Libre Office is going to slow you down.
ChargePositive
WPS Office/Kingsoft office
wesley johnson
Damn it, I hate when I disagree with nixie.... it's those beautimus eyes.
lol really, we are comparing a couple wax apples to a real apple... In
terms of cloning sheep, these two are 3 legged, two tailed hermaphrodites.
If you take a snapshot of their cute little cuddly faces, you can't tell
the difference. But toss a carrot into the ring with the real MS Billy
Goats Gruff, and those sons of motherless goats are going to be mighty
hungry! Before long, your office suite will be chewing on a tin can.
Baaaaa-shit! lol

I suppose if all you do is keep a resume, write an occasional letter, and
keep track of your checking account, any one of the three would do that.
Access compatibility requires ODBC programming, one for each spreadsheet;
and you will find your ability to query and report has been significantly
handicapped. your network

There is no comparison, IMHO. Though I am a faithful contributing member
of several open source communities, and a Nixie fanboy, I have to play
devils advocate this time, sorry.
Martin Johnson
Let's face it, we hate Windows and it's applications due to the fact most
cost big bucks. So if you use Linux stop moaning when certain things don't
work as well as their costly counterparts.
Or, go buy the expensive stuff and then you can Bitch about your empty
wallet.
Jett A Angeles
I got Microsoft 2013 for only $9.95

I should have looked up other freeware before purchasing the product. But
that's what I get for being too impatient -_-

By the way, if you're wondering on how I got Microsoft very cheap? The
place I worked at was offering it, so, I just took it lol.
dddux
I use gEdit and Abiword to make rtf documents. :P It's an overkill for text
editing for me. I cannot understand this obsession with "office apps". It's
for editing text files FFS! If you need to include pictures just use some
rtf [rich text format] editor! It's not a video or audio editing software
we're talking about. I think everybody should just use Abiword and rtf
files or plain txt files. it covers 99% of all the normal user's needs.
Period. However, when it comes to bloody "Office" LibreOffice should be
that overkill that works for everybody. People are just too prejudiced and
generally not really intelligent... why this terrible attitude toward
something that's offered for free, also? Capitalist driven prejudice. If
it's not paid for - it has to be crap. Well actually, it is not that way at
all and the Open Source community finds other ways to finance themselves,
if that eases your minds.
noturaveragewatcher
back when the videos where worth $8000 a month plus ad rev
Joseph Cotter
I like the fact that Nixie at least said 'almost' in her review. The fact
is, there are many features and functions in Microsoft Office that
OpenOffice, LibreOffice and the like do not do. For many, as she pointed
out, that might not be an issue. It is somewhat frustrating though when
people who aren't familiar with everything MS Office can do make
unqualified comparisons. (Not referring to Nixie specifically as her
review, though limited, was basically fair.) I am not an MS Fan per se... I
use it, I use Linux, I've taught both. Show me Outliner mode in an open
source document editor. Unless added since I last checked, it doesn't exist
(could have been added...) This is a huge function for anyone familiar with
it who manages complex documents. The automation functionality with being
able to record then edit macros is a very strong feature for people that
doesn't require extensive programming experience to do some very complex
automation. OpenOffice and LibreOffice (and their ilk) are very good
programs. They serve a strong role in their niche, but to blindly say 'they
can do everything MS Office can' is just showing one's ignorance. Saying
that these alternatives probably do everything many people would need on
the other hand is very accurate. And, as was pointed out, they do some
things MS Office doesn't, such as play better in the opensource world with
other opensource products, export data cleaner often... etc... Just keep it
real people and try to avoid ignorant biases.
Thomas Gilbert
great info.
Derek Martin
I use libre, for everyday use, it's great, however I need MS Access,
unfortunatley Base just doesn't cut it, as such I have to run windoze on
one machine just to get MS Access. And don't talk to me about wine or
crossover, they just don't give me full functionality of MS Access
Jalal Uddin
very interesting and time saver - openoffice - now i will practice it -
thanks

Kyle Javier
WPS office is the best for Linux... just get some extra fonts
Oumarou Dia
don't know what they're talking about!
michaelterry1000
These free office suite programs are awsome. I don't know why someone would
pay for Microsoft Office. If you know MS Office the transition to Open
Office or Libre is almost seemless.
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