Richard Lyons wrote: > On Monday 06 September 2004 21:43, Paul Gear wrote: > [...] > >>I have another criteria which you may or may not find relevant: is it >>cross-platform. This is a critical issue to me, because i need to be >>able to recommend the tool to the end users i support, and most of them >>still use Windows or Mac. Therefore, if there is a cross-platform >>solution that works (i.e. OpenOffice.org), i recommend it. I do the >>same with browsers and email (Mozilla/Firefox/Thunderbird). > > > But gnumeric can read and write excel format files, so less of a problem... That's not the point. Gnumeric isn't natively cross-platform. OOo and the Mozilla suite are. -- Paul <http://paulgear.webhop.net> -- Did you know? Email is not private and can be viewed by your ISP, the recipient's ISP, and possibly other parties. You can make sure your emails are private by using GNU Privacy Guard <http://www.gnupg.org> and an email plug-in like Enigmail <http://enigmail.mozdev.org>.
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