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NeoOffice or OpenOffice - Which integrates better with OSX?


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Now that OpenOffice has gone all Aqua, which of the two has better integration with OSX?
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I still use NeoOffice daily.
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Try them both out, they're free.

I personally use Pages, but I like OpenOffice slightly better than NeoOffice.

I think that Bean is a better word processor, though.
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Try them both out, they're free.

I personally use Pages, but I like OpenOffice slightly better than NeoOffice.

I think that Bean is a better word processor, though.
I've just downloaded the trial version of iWorks. I know the integration is obviously second to none but I can't get to grips with Pages and Numbers. Also Numbers xls import seems poor when compared with Open & Neo. It's a shame because I really wanted to like them.
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Just tried Bean. Nice clean and simple, I like it! No spell checker though. Is there an extension available?
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Just tried Bean. Nice clean and simple, I like it! No spell checker though. Is there an extension available?
Bean Has Spell Check.
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ah so it does, excellent. Cheers!
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