__/ [ Tim Smith ] on Monday 27 February 2006 22:19 \__
> In article <dtvcbv$265c$2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Roy Schestowitz quoted:
>> "People reject Linux desktops for illogical reasons, says IT consultant
>> and developer Jono Bacon. For example, they fault Linux OpenOffice
>> desktops for not having all the features in Microsoft Windows Office, even
>> though few actually use all of the Microsoft stuff. So, in essence,
>> they're saying they want desktops cluttered with unnecessary features."
> What he's missed is that one person's unnecessary feature is another
> person's indispensable feature.
Give an example. The majority of users out there use Word, but not much
beyond this. Name a feature that an average user relies on in Word and will
not have in OpenOffice 2 Writer.