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1 annebev commented Permalink

Yeah I'm expecting a new workstation any day now and heard I can't get Word,etc. on it unless I clone my old system. Adapt, adapt, adapt, I guess.

2 JoeBreal commented Permalink

I wonder why the 'plugin' does not come with the product. Since Symphony is designated as a Office substitute one would think that it would have the minimum function.

3 bobleah commented Permalink

@ Joe - great point! I will pass this along...

4 VictoriaO commented Permalink

@Joe - DING! DING! DING! We have a winner! ;) I was asking myself that VERY question.

For a complete list of Lotus Symphony plug-ins - http://symphony.lotus.com/software/lotus/symphony/plugin.nsf/home?openform&module=plugin

5 PeterYim commented Permalink

ah, that's good to know, Tori. I'll remember that!

6 thartric commented Permalink

great discussion and references... I'm glad I read this post! thanks!

7 egd commented Permalink

Thanks. I'll install the plugin on my new ThinkPad this week.

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