On Thu, Feb 03, 2000 at 09:18:51PM +0000, John Bolger mentioned:
> > Now as I see it, KOffice (when it's finished) or Star Office or Applixware
> > could fulfill all of this for us. I would probably go with one of the first
> > two due to them being free!!
> Unfortunately staroffice is resource hungry (in my experience it needs
> more resources than MS Office)
It could be pointed out that StarOffice now offers thin-client products.
"StarOffice in a webpage" type stuff. If a PC was able to run a browser,
and some Java, it could do this.
The benifit of teaching people office products through a webbrowser would
be of dubious value, but with the way the web is going these days...
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