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[*] Post 328791 posted on 4-4-2008 at 18:48 Reply With Quote
Microsoft PPV

At one time I had PPV and then Micro Suck wanted some large money from me to purchase PPV ,Whoa.
I know I had it before for free ,every time I try to download
it screws up and will not load!!!!!!!!!

Any of you across the big pond that might be able to help

I sure would appreciate it.

PS:Since my wife Jeri's passing July 22,07 I have not been very active any where ,I have also just finished my first and last battle with Prostate Cancer.

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[*] Post 328866 posted on 5-4-2008 at 01:55 Reply With Quote

PowerPoint Viewer 2003 here

Or, you could try Open Office, which is a FREE complete office suite, and is compatible with M$'s Office suite. (Meaning it can open, view edit or save any M$ office file)

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[*] Post 328969 posted on 6-4-2008 at 12:02 Reply With Quote

(Meaning it can open, view edit or save any M$ office file)

Daz, that is a very bold statement to make. I attempted to use Open Orifice at one stage in the last twelve months, it only lasted a couple of days as I would have has to re-write nearly all of my Excel spreadsheets and some of my Word docs to cater for the lack of compatible scripting. I use VBA for Excel and Word extensively. There does not appear to be a remotely compatible database program to Access, again, years of scripting to get one of my apps to work, the way I want it.

I will say, in Open Office's defense though, it is a brilliant piece of programming that will serve most users without any problems, or, any costs.
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