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    Hey guys just reporting on this great edition of open office for the intel macs. You need x11 installed. It runs really damn fast. Way better then using office in rosetta, might eat up a little ramn though so don't keep 2 much open. Enjoy - http://macosxrc.services.openoffice....tall_en-US.dmg



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    yes, runs fast, but interface is times ugly vs office 2004...
    office package is a one thing what microsoft did really good.............

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    And I find MS-Office 2k4 runs very acceptably.

    I'm often in Excel and Word, and have no problems.

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    For me MS-Office 2k4 for Windows on Parallels faster than native on OSX

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    That's odd interinv, since there is no Office 2004 for Windows.


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    Maybe he means office 2003 for windows?

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    sorry, 2003

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    That's normal Office 2004 is PPC app so it runs with Roseta. Parallels worcstation is incredibly fast and thats why your office run so fast there it is x86 si the code is run directli on the host cpu. Parallels are the fastest virtualization platform today much faster than Vmwawre or Qemu no needed drivers for hosts nothing it's cool
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    Hey you again with this great damn link,

    i confirmed, it runs faster but the interface is not enough for os x

    Many Thanks

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    Try NeoOffice for mac (Intels) it is a modification of the openoffice. It works more like a native application.


 

 
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