Boglenaut wrote:I use the latest Excel at work, and OpenOffice at home.
Excel is definetely better overall, but for the small number of spreadsheets I make for personal use, OpenOffice is a better choice because it is free. For work where the cost is less important than my time, Excel is better.
Soon it may be the case that:
At HOME where the cost is less important than my time.
I also use both, mostly Excel when I need to work with other people who use Excel, mainly work and church.
I use OpenOffice at home because I don't need to do that much, and I can get it and install/upgrade it whenever
I need to on any desktop/laptop I use whether Linux or MS Windows. So open office actually is easier for me.