In article <du0isa$2gqi$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > 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.
My point is that there isn't any such feature that will apply to the
average user. People are different.
For example, what I find better about Word than any other word processor
I've seen is the handling of outlines. For me, that's an important
feature, because the hard part of writing the documents I write is
coming up with the structure of the document. My formatting needs are
simple, so I don't need any of Word's (or OpenOffice's) fancy formatting
For someone else, it will likely be something different.
If you want to be an average user, any word processor will do.