I really like Libre Office due to the nice design and because of it being free so I would have to go with that.
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I have office 2010 home and student on this PC, and Libre office on my others. Libre office is nice except for the horrible ribbon/menu bars. Don't believe ill pay for MS Office again.
Edited by nordvark, 27 March 2015 - 07:41 PM.
I personally use Office 2010, but I dislike Office 365 due the fact it's subscription based. (it ends up totalling more than 2013 and its other counterparts)
Edited by Caliburn, 28 March 2015 - 07:48 AM.
Perhaps Kingsoft office free could be included, its nice too, no database, but thats not the end of the world.
I have open office and find very little difference between it and MS office. I use them interchangably between the school pc which run MS and my pc that has Open Office
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