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Comments and Suggestions Thread, a seperate ms office sub forum? in EduGeek Stuff; I dont know about anyone else but i often find myself deliberating which forum to post questions about ms office ...
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    a seperate ms office sub forum?

    I dont know about anyone else but i often find myself deliberating which forum to post questions about ms office depending on whether its technical related or gui related or formula related etc etc

    Is there room for a seperate sub forum to hold all the MS Office related questions?

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    how do you do it ?

    There is the how do you do it section so you could possibly post those sorts of questions in there - unless they make a or already have a sub section for software --> microsoft --> office or something along those lines maybe ?

    If not then you could make a post or get an admin to move this post to the suggestions section ?

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    Perhaps an 'Office Suites' forum may be more appropriate?

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    sounds good

    sounds good to me what with open office, microsoft office, neo office, microsoft works etc.

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    We could use prefix's for the types of suite to help filter posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gecko View Post
    ... or get an admin to move this post to the suggestions section ?
    sorry I thought thats where I had posted this.. its in there now - was this moved

    and apologies for my MS narrowmindedness, all types of course should be considered

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroHour View Post
    We could use prefix's for the types of suite to help filter posts.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dos_Box View Post
    Perhaps an 'Office Suites' forum may be more appropriate?
    I think that would be excellent

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    Office Suites forum or sub forum, would help productivity enormously. As Rabbie mentioned deciding which forum to post in takes time, a precious comodity to all of us.

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    Making it noo.
    List off prefix's you would like please.

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    not sure how it works.. but [OO] [2007] [2003] something like that?

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    Ms 2003 or Office 2003
    Ms 2007 or Office 2007
    Openoffice
    Works

    .. anymore lol

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    Microsoft Office XP (2002)

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    Whats the mac blasphemy called again?
    I am going to add versions so for example:
    [MS Office - 2007]

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    .. anymore lol
    IBM Lotus Symphony
    Koffice
    Google Office
    ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroHour View Post
    Whats the mac blasphemy called again?
    I am going to add versions so for example:
    [MS Office - 2007]
    AppleWorks is the new one
    Claris Works was the massively old one

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