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Microsoft Word...PLEASE HELP

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by blondedancer10, Jul 18, 2007.

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  1. blondedancer10

    blondedancer10 Thread Starter

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    Ok So I dont have Microsoft Word on my computer, I had a free trial when I got it and of course its already up, but I dont really have the funds at the moment to buy it, so is there any way I can get MW for free or some program I can use to write documents, i have a program called Abiword but I wrote a resume using it and when I try to attach it to emails and things, it isnt recognized, Im frustrated and not sure what to do, because I'm in the process of trying to find a different job so I can go back to school...HELP PLEASE!
     
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    Hi,
    Go to http://www.openoffice.org/ and download their free office suite software. Writer, the word processor, even can save documents in Word format, as well as .pdf.
     
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    Most computers also come with Wordpad already installed on the PC. You access this from "Start Button">>"Programs">>"Accessories"">>"Wordpad." This is a watered down version of the whole Word application.
     
  4. 1002richards

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    Hi,
    OpenOffice is fully compatible with Word ,Excel etc. My colleagues and I mix & match docs created in either with no probs. It's free, easy to download & install - will give you more options than just wordpad without the cost of MSoft full-blown product.

    Here is a link to a reputable site with free, tried & tested other products - some (or none?!) of which you might need along the way:
    http://www.techsupportalert.com/best_46_free_utilities.htm

    I've no connection with TechSupportAlert, just passing on the info.

    Richard.
     
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