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    Apple's Office Software ?
    Hi there,

    Just switched over to the Macintosh today. Always heard that the Mac kicks, so I'm going to give it a go.

    My question is this:

    What is Apple's main office software apart from MS Office which I hate.

    Many thanks!!

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    iWork is Apples product, but you can use OpenOffice as well.


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    Cheers for the quick reply!!

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    Or, you can use Neo Office which doesn't require the X11 installation.

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    iWork is awesome and very easy to use if you don't need a spreadsheet (which may be included in 2007).
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