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OpenOffice saves a company budget

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This past week I was troubleshooting an issue a client had. This issue had been haunting the client for some time and no one could figure out what was going on. Here’s the scenario.

> Client worked with businesses and banks using various MS Word templates.
> When templates were finished they had to be printed.
> Half of the employees could print correctly and the other half had serious printing issues.

There were two possible solutions for this client:

> Upgrade MS Office on terminal server.
> Downgrade all employees to MS Office 2003.

There was a third choice, of course…




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