Re: new to linux
Date: Sun, 21 Aug 2005 14:39:19 GMT
> Bill Kraski wrote:
>> jade wrote:
> I am dual booting xp pro and xandros 3.01 oce. This is my first
> successful install of linux. I downloaded then burned the image from
> the web. I have tried this before with susie but with no success. I
> am, so far, pleased with linux os.
> Hardware, so far, has not been a problem. I am not a 'gamer' so that
> was never an issue. What I need to be sure of is that my word documents
> and excel spreadsheets transfer from linux to windows and vice versa (I
> don't know of any friends or associates that use linux).
As long as you're not using macros. Macros don't convert.
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