Loc: Central Florida
Originally Posted By: TCPMeta
I hope you mean MacBook and not a iBook.
I did indeed mean MacBook. Thanks for catching me on that mistake.
Her point of view is that creating, reading and transferring documents in Windows format requires a working version of Windows (though I know this is not technically true as Appleworks can do reasonable translations of .doc files).
If I get her the "Office on Your Mac" version of MS Office, would that suffice?
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