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Old 08-12-2005, 02:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I want to download Microsoft access 2002 freely from the web
I dont have a CD so i want a trail version
Can any onel help me or recommend me of any site
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doesn't look like it's available by download, but you can order the CD's

http://www.microsoft.com/office/edit...nfo/trial.mspx
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Old 08-12-2005, 02:41 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Why don't you dowload openoffice.org , im pretty sure they have an Access like program you can use for now......

www.openoffice.org
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OpenOffice pwns M$ office in every way but the PowerPoint clone. Period. Just use it instead.
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OpenOffice pwns M$ office in every way but the PowerPoint clone. Period. Just use it instead.
I use excel on an everyday basis, and I don't like openoffice just because I'm not use to it, and I don't find it as easy to use. Just my opinion though.
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I dont understand what is the difference between
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I dont understand what is the difference between
Open office and Microsoft applications
ones free and one isnt basically.

For 95% of users, nothing. All ms applications will work with openoffice applications.
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ones free and one isnt basically.

For 95% of users, nothing. All ms applications will work with openoffice applications.
true. and because it is free, I would take the time to learn it. it has a free pdf converter.

nobody has a free pdf converter
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incorrrect doesn't adobe reader install a plug in for word and all that and adds a PDF converter in a toolbar (yes it does/ on my grandfathers PC). I prefeer the MS office over Open but I use Open because I cannot pay for MS Office. But when I used MS Office at school and my grandparents I love it.
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you need adobe professional or another pdf converter like scansoft to convert word files to pdf. you have to pay for those program

you don't need that with open office. you are incorrect
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