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This is my first time posting, so I apologize if I am posting this in the wrong place. I have a mac book OSX leopard. I have been using Neo office for about a year. I recently downloaded the new update for NO. When I tried to open NO today I got this message, " Close Neo Office h 164 139 134 98 ip on host " the message went on to say that if I opened Neo office without closing the other stuff out, I could lose my personal settings." I am new at all of this and pretty clueless on how to find the part of NO that I am instructed to close. PLease give me some direction. Thanks.
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Huh....never heard of that, to be honest with you...but have you tried OpenOffice.org?? The latest version is fully OSX-friendly, and it should be able to work with your NeoOffice files. (NeoOffice, really, is just another version of OpenOffice.org.)
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Agreed open office is much more compatible with osx
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Just tried to move neo office to my trash and got an "unexpected error code 61" What in the world does that mean? I'm really not a computer whiz, the only way I know to remove it is by putting it in the trash.
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