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      03-06-2019, 12:59 PM   #6
gjm120
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I found a fairly good free substitute for Office - at least the programs in Office I care about. Libre Office has document and spreadsheet programs that are not bad at all. Not as pretty and probably lack some features. I have no idea if the spreadsheet does macros and all the other stuff in Excel, but, for basics it is fine. So far carrying over changes to the docs or spreadsheets into the MS products works.

For an email client, Thunderbird is pretty good also.

I've only had the Libre Office suite for a short while so this is an initial impression. Have had Thunderbird for about 2 months now and happy with it.
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