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    PeterN Guest

    Statement of intent to pursue my legal remedies.
     
    PeterN, Feb 15, 2014
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    PeterN Guest

    You can pay a lawyer to educate you.
     
    PeterN, Feb 15, 2014
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    Guest Guest

    of which you have none.
     
    Guest, Feb 15, 2014
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    Guest Guest

    i'd say you ought to do that.
     
    Guest, Feb 15, 2014
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    Jax Guest

    Boys could you keep this discussion out of alt.comp.freeware. I'm sure you
    both wouldn't want any trouble..... so let's keep it that way!
     
    Jax, Feb 15, 2014
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    Alan Browne Guest

    That's an island case.

    Our business is international/B2B whether suppliers, partners,
    collaborators or customers. In that there are multinationals down to
    one man shops; government agencies, military, universities and so on.

    The de facto standard has been Word from about 1995. I haven't heard WP
    mentioned much since then. The conversion to Office happened quickly
    when MS came out with the Office Suite and Win 95.

    We had WP - and I liked it fine. Then I was given a new laptop and it
    had MS Office on it. I asked, can I have WP? "Nope. We're getting
    away from that". I installed WP on it anyway (I had the disks from the
    prior computer) and continued to use it. But as people were using
    Word/Excel more and more I gave in to it to avoid the inevitable format
    conversions and page formatting screwups.

    Indeed when the Canadian government put out a tender for standardizing
    office s/w across the federal government it was expected that Corel (an
    Ottawa company) would win (WP was (is?) their product) for word
    processing. But the government chose Office instead.

    Side note: The only thing I found astounding was how long faxes held out
    v. e-mail. I put that down to how awkward it used to be to make pdf's
    and/or scan signed letters or forms - and many people liked having a fax
    spit out a physical piece of paper. Our receptionist received faxes
    with a computer and forwarded them electronically w/o paper being
    printed from about 2000 or so. We deliberately avoided fax as much as
    possible. By about 2010 receiving faxes was rare enough as to be
    remarkable.

    "Mr. Kim in Korea sent an e-mail to say that our fax machine won't
    pickup!" was perhaps my all time favourite...
     
    Alan Browne, Feb 15, 2014
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    Alan Browne Guest

    He wasn't questioning if a copy he had was a legal copy; he was
    questioning if the supposedly free/available copy that Jason was
    referring to was legal.
     
    Alan Browne, Feb 15, 2014
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    Alan Browne Guest

     
    Alan Browne, Feb 15, 2014
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