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From: Hadron on 15 Jan 2010 07:40
Gordon <gbplinux(a)gmail.com> writes:
> Erik Funkenbusch wrote:
>> The issue here is that you appear to be exagerating.
> Your spell check is broken.
> Exaggerating? Only your ignorance - if that's possible...
Gordon and WronG appear to have gone off the rails.
From: chrisv on 15 Jan 2010 08:57
Erik Funkenbusch wrote:
>On 15 Jan 2010 09:14:53 GMT, Gordon wrote:
>> I presume you are still at your clerk's job from when you left school...
Toner Monkey. 8)
>if you switch jobs every 2 years, that's only 20 companies. I wouldn't
>call that "a large number".
From: chrisv on 15 Jan 2010 09:04
Peter K�hlmann wrote:
>Phil Stovell wrote:
>> Conor wrote:
>>> Phil Stovell says...
>>>> Are all Calc functions in Excel?
>>> Nobody cares because Excel is the only thing that counts.
>> Got you. You're a troll.
You think? What was your first clue? The bald-faced puerile idiocy?
>Nope. Even trolls are usually not *that* dumb
Well, I wouldn't go *that* far...
"I did buy ME, never installed it, but as a MSFT shareholder I figured
it helped my corporation make a little extra money." - raylopez99
From: Gordon on 15 Jan 2010 09:04
> I don't think you're being totally fair, Jed. There is some overlap
> between what these tools can do, and for some people it makes sense to
> use the tool that they are more familiar with, rather than attempt to
> master yet another tool that may provide a more elegant solution in
> the end.
I think this is the problem isn't it - MS Office is so ingrained into
the computing world psyche that people are (probably) scared to try
something else in case "it doesn't work" - in similar vein I am
increasingly worried that schools in the UK are teaching "Microsoft"
not "computing" and the pointy-click generation will have grown up
from infants not knowing that there ARE alternatives...
From: chrisv on 15 Jan 2010 09:08
> Quack snotted:
>> What features of excel do you, as a systems accountant unable to keep a
>> job down, feel it is missing compared to say the OO offering? How were
>> these features in OO 15 years ago when people first started using Excel
Multiple lies in one paragraph. Good job, "Hadron"!
>Quite capable of keeping jobs down thank you very much.
>Your comprehension skills, as usual are completely lacking.
>Please quote the post where I said the Excel lacks functions that OO
You might be waiting a long time for a lie-free post from "Hadron"...
"In COLA they don't see the need for a help group like this because
they actually believe Linux is perfect. Really." - Hadron Quark,