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‘OOReader’ Puts OpenOffice Docs at Your Fingertips
Not everyone is interested in paying an arm and a leg for basic software options. And while most new computers come with Microsoft products (or other programs) already installed, there are plenty of people looking to save a few ducats by building their own machines via sites like Dell, Newegg, or Tiger Direct (just for example). Unfortunately, this means they are unlikely to get software as part of the overall package deal. And yet, these frugal technology users don't have to shell out additional funds to enjoy the word processing, photo editing, and accounting programs that others receive when they purchase an already-built laptop or computer; they can simply download open source software that offers the same functionality for free. One of the most useful open source solutions on the market these days is OpenOffice, which offers programs for word docs, spreadsheets, and pretty much everything you might get by paying for well-known products like Microsoft Office Suite. The only downside is that you can't take it with you. Or can you?...