[Homestead] More Computer Questions

Rob becida at comcast.net
Fri Dec 18 13:29:17 EST 2009


Didn't you say you use Outlook Express? That's a MS product isn't it? 
The nose of the camel under the tent kind of thing...

Rob
becida at comcast.net



At  12/18/2009 09:59 AM,Lynda wrote:
>Haven't a clue how all this stuff ended up on this computer.  I don't use
>anything MS.  I use WordPerfect with Quatro Pro and Presentations.
>Word/Words is soooo limited.
>
>Lynda
>--"I'm fascinated by the hard line you're drawing over religion -- It gets
>used too much, as an excuse, a fall guy, a weapon, a con.  A lot of people,
>maybe most, don't mean it except when it suits them."  Dallas
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Leslie" <cayadopi at yahoo.com>
>
>
>Office is the "full version" and Outlook is usually paired with that.
>
>Works is the scaled down version with Outlook Express paired with that
>
>How on earth did you get both installed on your computer? That is pretty
>odd............
>
>If you are a power user of spreadsheets, like me, you'll never go back to
>Work's version of a spreadsheet. Is someone else besides you using your
>computer? If so find out if they installed MS Office for a reason.
>
>Googling....
>
>Otto is an audio jukebox program
>Orbit , not Orbital, looks like a music downloading program
>Orbital, another program, I can't get the website on it to open
>Polar Bowler, Slyder and Overball, games
>
>
>
>
>________________________________
>From: Lynda <lurine at com-pair.net>
>To: homestead at lists.ibiblio.org
>Sent: Thu, December 17, 2009 10:22:48 PM
>Subject: [Homestead] More Computer Questions
>
>O.K., I'm trying to get rid of junk on the computer. Is there any reason I
>need Microsoft Works 7 or the mystery program that seems to have appeared,
>Microsoft Office Standard Edition 2003?
>
>And what about those goofy things Compaq put on the computer, Orbital, Otto,
>Polar Bowler, Slyder and Overball?
>
>Lynda




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