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Thread: GSuite vs. Office 365 vs Open Office. Which do you use?

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    "It was just one of those things you had to have because everyone else you did business with had it and you needed to be able to send and access files back and forth on a common platform."

    Imagine using Mac for business back then. We paddled upstream way too long. We had to send many files to our computer guy to open.

    We use QB via Rightnetworks. Whenever I find some time I will attempt to get away from QB. It is great, but it lacks many basic functions. I get upset paying what I do for it when these functions are not there, I keep addressing them in Feedback. I use Pages sometimes and the photo editor that is in the Mail a lot.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobjob View Post
    "It was just one of those things you had to have because everyone else you did business with had it and you needed to be able to send and access files back and forth on a common platform."

    Imagine using Mac for business back then. We paddled upstream way too long. We had to send many files to our computer guy to open.
    I remember those days. When you asked people what kind of computer they had and they said "Mac" ( or the other way around if you were the Mac person) you had to jump through a few compatibility hoops and it was still pretty janky.

    That was back when both companies refuse to play well together because they were both fighting to be a standard. Thank God they got over that.

    Now if we could only get Amazon and Google to stop fighting so that I can get You Tube on my Firestick again
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