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  1. I deleted Open Office today

    I downloaded and installed Open Office on my Vista machine. I was
    pleasantly surprised that it had all the features of Microsoft
    Windows--from 10 years ago. But since it doesn't have
    "Autonumbering" (insofar as I could tell) I decided against using it
    for my base (default) word processor.

    But what made me delete it from my Startup programs was the fact that
    during startup it would try to dial out (I am using a dial-up modem,
    so when something trys to dial up I can tell immeadiately). I
    classify this as spyware.

    If the rest of Linux type software is like this, I don't think Linux
    users have anything to brag about.

    I'm looking forward to getting a cheap or free version of MSFT Office
    2007 so I can have a real modern word processor. I hear it even
    exports to the OpenOffice format for freaks that enjoy not buying
    market leader world class software from Microsoft.

    What a quality company, Microsoft. Buy now and it will double in five
    years. Retire rich. Hedge your bets linux-nuts! If Linux becomes
    popular, you'll feel good and lose your investment. But if LInux
    continues along the 1% market share route to obsolescence, your MSFT
    investment will make you rich, which is a large consolation.

    RL

  2. Re: I deleted Open Office today

    raylopez99 wrote:

    > I downloaded and installed Open Office on my Vista machine. I was
    > pleasantly surprised that it had all the features of Microsoft
    > Windows--from 10 years ago. But since it doesn't have
    > "Autonumbering" (insofar as I could tell)


    It has. As usual, you are too incompetent to even use a friggin
    Word-processor app

    > I decided against using it for my base (default) word processor.


    Good. One cretin less to ask idiotic questions on OO

    < snip more cretinous bile from raylopez99 >
    --
    Howe's Law: Everyone has a scheme that will not work.


  3. Re: I deleted Micoshaft Office today

    micoshaft paid asstroturfer raylopez99 wrote on behalf of micoshaft
    corporation:

    > I


    I have deleted many times windopws illegal copies
    of micoshat office from PCs in case the BSA shopped
    my silly clients. The reward of $500 is to individuals
    snitching on companies to the BSA is higher
    than ever before.

    Open office is fantastic replacement for any and all
    of micoshaft offerings.

    http://www.openoffice.org
    Give it a try - the drawing package alone with
    translucent connectable boxes is just
    astonishing. And it outputs in pdf - something
    micoshaft products can't do out of the box.


  4. Re: I deleted Open Office today

    In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Peter Köhlmann

    wrote
    on Mon, 07 Jan 2008 21:44:09 +0100
    :
    > raylopez99 wrote:
    >
    >> I downloaded and installed Open Office on my Vista machine. I was
    >> pleasantly surprised that it had all the features of Microsoft
    >> Windows--from 10 years ago. But since it doesn't have
    >> "Autonumbering" (insofar as I could tell)

    >
    > It has. As usual, you are too incompetent to even use a friggin
    > Word-processor app


    I'll admit to wondering what Ray is onto (or on) here.
    However, oowriter demonstrably has autonumbering; one can
    do either of the following.

    1: Turn on autonumbering (by selecting an admittedly could
    be a little clearer icon, but it does have hoverhelp)
    and type. The '1.' will show up. Hit carriage return,
    one gets a new line and a '2.'. Repeat as necessary.

    2: Take an existing bullet list, select it, and turn on
    autonumbering. The numbers are automatically generated.

    There are also options to change from numbers to letters to
    Roman numerals, and to use bullets, parentheses and dots in
    various ways. Multilayering and mixing letters/numbers
    -- even the '1.2.3.4.5.' form -- are also possible.
    The "indent" versus "up/down one level" is a quirk but
    works well enough once figured out (the two are quite
    different). Restart is also possible, which is presumably
    useful for the next section or paragraph.

    I can't say I'm enthralled with the notion -- inserting
    a list item in the middle can confuse other documents
    which refer to the items by number or numeric path, in
    any document writing system -- but oowriter implements it
    reasonably well.

    As for MSOffice functionality in 1997 -- I for one can't say.
    But it appears Ray has learned well from his masters to shoot
    himself, or at least his credibility, in the proverbial foot.

    >
    >> I decided against using it for my base (default) word processor.

    >
    > Good. One cretin less to ask idiotic questions on OO
    >
    > < snip more cretinous bile from raylopez99 >


    Ah, I have my doubts thereon. :-)

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  5. Re: I deleted Open Office today


    So you deleted OO.o today...
    So what.. beeg deel.



    --
    Rick

  6. Re: I deleted Open Office today


    "raylopez99" wrote in message
    news:8294fbdf-3b43-4491-9a46-cafd485cb21e@1g2000hsl.googlegroups.com...
    >I downloaded and installed Open Office on my Vista machine. I was
    > pleasantly surprised that it had all the features of Microsoft
    > Windows--from 10 years ago. But since it doesn't have
    > "Autonumbering" (insofar as I could tell) I decided against using it
    > for my base (default) word processor.
    >
    > But what made me delete it from my Startup programs was the fact that
    > during startup it would try to dial out (I am using a dial-up modem,
    > so when something trys to dial up I can tell immeadiately). I
    > classify this as spyware.
    >
    > If the rest of Linux type software is like this, I don't think Linux
    > users have anything to brag about.
    >
    > I'm looking forward to getting a cheap or free version of MSFT Office
    > 2007 so I can have a real modern word processor. I hear it even
    > exports to the OpenOffice format for freaks that enjoy not buying
    > market leader world class software from Microsoft.
    >
    > What a quality company, Microsoft. Buy now and it will double in five
    > years. Retire rich. Hedge your bets linux-nuts! If Linux becomes
    > popular, you'll feel good and lose your investment. But if LInux
    > continues along the 1% market share route to obsolescence, your MSFT
    > investment will make you rich, which is a large consolation.
    >
    > RL


    Smart move. Open Office (Oo) is a basically spyware from former Soviet
    block countries. The claim that you can look at the source is BS because
    the binaries that people download and install are NOT the same as the
    source people get.

    OpenOffice is definitely spyware and it has been proven. I have plenty of
    links that prove this.



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  7. Re: I deleted Open Office today

    On Jan 7, 12:44 pm, Peter Köhlmann
    wrote:
    > raylopez99 wrote:
    > > I downloaded and installed Open Office on my Vista machine. I was
    > > pleasantly surprised that it had all the features of Microsoft
    > > Windows--from 10 years ago. But since it doesn't have
    > > "Autonumbering" (insofar as I could tell)

    >
    > It has. As usual, you are too incompetent to even use a friggin
    > Word-processor app
    >
    > > I decided against using it for my base (default) word processor.

    >
    > Good. One cretin less to ask idiotic questions on OO
    >
    > < snip more cretinous bile from raylopez99 >
    > --
    > Howe's Law: Everyone has a scheme that will not work.


    See, his problem is that Open Office doesn't have a dancing paperclip
    to hold his hand well he types his wish list to Santa Claus.

  8. Re: I deleted Open Office today

    On Mon, 07 Jan 2008 12:24:23 -0800, raylopez99 wrote:

    >


    Troll, no one cares.

  9. Re: I deleted Open Office today

    On Jan 7, 4:28*pm, bobbie wrote:
    > On Jan 7, 12:44 pm, Peter Köhlmann
    >
    > See, his problem is that Open Office doesn't have a dancing paperclip
    > to hold his hand well he types his wish list to Santa Claus.


    No, I stated my problem--I don't like spyware in my word processor.
    Is that too much to ask?

    RL


  10. Re: I deleted Open Office today

    raylopez99 wrote:

    > On Jan 7, 4:28Â*pm, bobbie wrote:
    >> On Jan 7, 12:44 pm, Peter Köhlmann
    >>
    >> See, his problem is that Open Office doesn't have a dancing paperclip
    >> to hold his hand well he types his wish list to Santa Claus.

    >
    > No, I stated my problem--I don't like spyware in my word processor.
    > Is that too much to ask?
    >
    > RL


    Quit lying
    --
    Microsoft's Guide To System Design:
    Let it get in YOUR way. The problem for your problem.


  11. Re: I deleted Open Office today

    On Tue, 08 Jan 2008 08:31:35 -0800, raylopez99 wrote:

    > On Jan 7, 4:28Â*pm, bobbie wrote:
    >> On Jan 7, 12:44 pm, Peter Köhlmann
    >>
    >> See, his problem is that Open Office doesn't have a dancing paperclip
    >> to hold his hand well he types his wish list to Santa Claus.

    >
    > No, I stated my problem--I don't like spyware in my word processor. Is
    > that too much to ask?
    >
    > RL


    What spyware is there in OpenOffice?

    --
    Rick

  12. Re: I deleted Open Office today

    In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Roger Wilco

    wrote
    on Mon, 7 Jan 2008 19:25:39 -0500
    <4782b751$0$26111$88260bb3@free.teranews.com>:
    >
    > "raylopez99" wrote in message
    > news:8294fbdf-3b43-4491-9a46-cafd485cb21e@1g2000hsl.googlegroups.com...
    >>I downloaded and installed Open Office on my Vista machine. I was
    >> pleasantly surprised that it had all the features of Microsoft
    >> Windows--from 10 years ago. But since it doesn't have
    >> "Autonumbering" (insofar as I could tell) I decided against using it
    >> for my base (default) word processor.
    >>
    >> But what made me delete it from my Startup programs was the fact that
    >> during startup it would try to dial out (I am using a dial-up modem,
    >> so when something trys to dial up I can tell immeadiately). I
    >> classify this as spyware.
    >>
    >> If the rest of Linux type software is like this, I don't think Linux
    >> users have anything to brag about.
    >>
    >> I'm looking forward to getting a cheap or free version of MSFT Office
    >> 2007 so I can have a real modern word processor. I hear it even
    >> exports to the OpenOffice format for freaks that enjoy not buying
    >> market leader world class software from Microsoft.
    >>
    >> What a quality company, Microsoft. Buy now and it will double in five
    >> years. Retire rich. Hedge your bets linux-nuts! If Linux becomes
    >> popular, you'll feel good and lose your investment. But if LInux
    >> continues along the 1% market share route to obsolescence, your MSFT
    >> investment will make you rich, which is a large consolation.
    >>
    >> RL

    >
    > Smart move. Open Office (Oo) is a basically spyware from former Soviet
    > block countries. The claim that you can look at the source is BS because
    > the binaries that people download and install are NOT the same as the
    > source people get.


    So build it from source, instead. Duh.

    On a system based on Gentoo this is almost trivial; Sabayon should also
    have this capability. I'd have to look regarding RedHat and Debian but
    these should be able to generate binary packages, given their source
    packages; one then installs the binary packages.

    >
    > OpenOffice is definitely spyware and it has been proven. I have plenty of
    > links that prove this.
    >


    But you provided none of them here? How....strange.

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  13. Re: I deleted Open Office today

    The Ghost In The Machine did eloquently scribble:
    >> OpenOffice is definitely spyware and it has been proven. I have plenty of
    >> links that prove this.
    >>


    > But you provided none of them here? How....strange.


    Indeed... Maybe the MI5 edited his post upstream.

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  14. Re: I deleted Open Office today

    Rick did eloquently scribble:
    > On Tue, 08 Jan 2008 08:31:35 -0800, raylopez99 wrote:


    >> On Jan 7, 4:28*pm, bobbie wrote:
    >>> On Jan 7, 12:44 pm, Peter Köhlmann
    >>>
    >>> See, his problem is that Open Office doesn't have a dancing paperclip
    >>> to hold his hand well he types his wish list to Santa Claus.

    >>
    >> No, I stated my problem--I don't like spyware in my word processor. Is
    >> that too much to ask?
    >>
    >> RL


    > What spyware is there in OpenOffice?


    /me sits back and grabs the popcorn...
    This should be fun...
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  15. Re: I deleted Open Office today

    Roger Wilco wrote:
    >
    > Smart move. Open Office (Oo) is a basically spyware from former Soviet
    > block countries. The claim that you can look at the source is BS because
    > the binaries that people download and install are NOT the same as the
    > source people get.
    >
    > OpenOffice is definitely spyware and it has been proven. I have plenty of
    > links that prove this.


    You are absolutely correct, except that the former Soviet block
    countries are not behind it; it is a conspiracy of the alien
    lizard people who are secretly taking over this planet. The
    source code is cleverly laced with subliminal messages intended
    to subvert the will and enslave unsuspecting software developers.
    They will then be forced to construct their invading robot army.

    It is too late for me... I've already looked at the source code.
    Fortunately, I think robotics is cool.

    Thad (I welcome our new reptilian overlords)
    --
    Yeah, I drank the Open Source cool-aid... Unlike the other brand, it had
    all the ingredients on the label.

  16. Re: I deleted Open Office today


    "The Ghost In The Machine" wrote in message
    news:0j9d55-2bs.ln1@sirius.tg00suus7038.net...
    > In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Roger Wilco
    >
    > wrote
    > on Mon, 7 Jan 2008 19:25:39 -0500
    > <4782b751$0$26111$88260bb3@free.teranews.com>:
    >>
    >> "raylopez99" wrote in message
    >> news:8294fbdf-3b43-4491-9a46-cafd485cb21e@1g2000hsl.googlegroups.com...
    >>>I downloaded and installed Open Office on my Vista machine. I was
    >>> pleasantly surprised that it had all the features of Microsoft
    >>> Windows--from 10 years ago. But since it doesn't have
    >>> "Autonumbering" (insofar as I could tell) I decided against using it
    >>> for my base (default) word processor.
    >>>
    >>> But what made me delete it from my Startup programs was the fact that
    >>> during startup it would try to dial out (I am using a dial-up modem,
    >>> so when something trys to dial up I can tell immeadiately). I
    >>> classify this as spyware.
    >>>
    >>> If the rest of Linux type software is like this, I don't think Linux
    >>> users have anything to brag about.
    >>>
    >>> I'm looking forward to getting a cheap or free version of MSFT Office
    >>> 2007 so I can have a real modern word processor. I hear it even
    >>> exports to the OpenOffice format for freaks that enjoy not buying
    >>> market leader world class software from Microsoft.
    >>>
    >>> What a quality company, Microsoft. Buy now and it will double in five
    >>> years. Retire rich. Hedge your bets linux-nuts! If Linux becomes
    >>> popular, you'll feel good and lose your investment. But if LInux
    >>> continues along the 1% market share route to obsolescence, your MSFT
    >>> investment will make you rich, which is a large consolation.
    >>>
    >>> RL

    >>
    >> Smart move. Open Office (Oo) is a basically spyware from former Soviet
    >> block countries. The claim that you can look at the source is BS because
    >> the binaries that people download and install are NOT the same as the
    >> source people get.

    >
    > So build it from source, instead. Duh.


    Those who do will not have the spyware version. But hardly anyone builts OO
    from source. Nearly everyone downloads the binary and the binary version of
    Open Office contains spyware.


    > On a system based on Gentoo this is almost trivial; Sabayon should also
    > have this capability. I'd have to look regarding RedHat and Debian but
    > these should be able to generate binary packages, given their source
    > packages; one then installs the binary packages.
    >
    >>
    >> OpenOffice is definitely spyware and it has been proven. I have plenty of
    >> links that prove this.
    >>

    >
    > But you provided none of them here? How....strange.
    >


    Why is it that most linux users are too stupid to use Google?

    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...office+spyware
    Results 1 - 10 of about 1,050,000 for open office spyware. (0.21 seconds)

    Malware targets OpenOffice users
    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2007/05/22/badbunny/

    OpenOffice worm harbors malware, spyware
    http://www.macnn.com/articles/07/06/...worm.surfaces/

    Russians crack OpenOffice security
    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2007/04...assword_crack/

    Fifth flaw this year lets attackers hijack OpenOffice systems with malicious
    database doc
    http://www.computerworld.com/action/...icleId=9051141
    December 05, 2007 (Computerworld) -- OpenOffice.org fixed a critical flaw
    today in its suite's database engine that attackers could use to shanghai a
    computer, and the project's organizers urged customers to update to 2.3.1 as
    soon as possible.


    OpenOffice worm Badbunny hops across operating systems

    Windows Defender identifies OO as spyware

    OpenOffice and spyware doctor.


    more, more and more.

    Face it. Open Office is simply spyware that disguises itself as a slow
    bloated app.



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  17. Re: I deleted Open Office today

    thad05@tux.glaci.delete-this.com :
    > Roger Wilco wrote:
    >>
    >> Smart move. Open Office (Oo) is a basically spyware from former Soviet
    >> block countries. The claim that you can look at the source is BS because
    >> the binaries that people download and install are NOT the same as the
    >> source people get.
    >>
    >> OpenOffice is definitely spyware and it has been proven. I have plenty of
    >> links that prove this.

    >
    > You are absolutely correct, except that the former Soviet block
    > countries are not behind it; it is a conspiracy of the alien
    > lizard people who are secretly taking over this planet. The
    > source code is cleverly laced with subliminal messages intended
    > to subvert the will and enslave unsuspecting software developers.
    > They will then be forced to construct their invading robot army.
    >
    > It is too late for me... I've already looked at the source code.
    > Fortunately, I think robotics is cool.
    >
    > Thad (I welcome our new reptilian overlords)


    And me without my mod points...

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  18. Re: I deleted Open Office today

    thad05@tux.glaci.delete-this.com writes:

    > Roger Wilco wrote:
    >>
    >> Smart move. Open Office (Oo) is a basically spyware from former Soviet
    >> block countries. The claim that you can look at the source is BS because
    >> the binaries that people download and install are NOT the same as the
    >> source people get.
    >>
    >> OpenOffice is definitely spyware and it has been proven. I have plenty of
    >> links that prove this.

    >
    > You are absolutely correct, except that the former Soviet block
    > countries are not behind it; it is a conspiracy of the alien
    > lizard people who are secretly taking over this planet. The
    > source code is cleverly laced with subliminal messages intended
    > to subvert the will and enslave unsuspecting software developers.
    > They will then be forced to construct their invading robot army.
    >
    > It is too late for me... I've already looked at the source code.
    > Fortunately, I think robotics is cool.
    >
    > Thad (I welcome our new reptilian overlords)


    I prefer our "Bavarian masters" ....

  19. Re: I deleted Open Office today

    In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Roger Wilco

    wrote
    on Wed, 9 Jan 2008 13:23:51 -0500
    <47851122$0$26061$88260bb3@free.teranews.com>:
    >
    > "The Ghost In The Machine" wrote in message
    > news:0j9d55-2bs.ln1@sirius.tg00suus7038.net...
    >> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Roger Wilco
    >>
    >> wrote
    >> on Mon, 7 Jan 2008 19:25:39 -0500
    >> <4782b751$0$26111$88260bb3@free.teranews.com>:
    >>>
    >>> "raylopez99" wrote in message
    >>> news:8294fbdf-3b43-4491-9a46-cafd485cb21e@1g2000hsl.googlegroups.com...
    >>>>I downloaded and installed Open Office on my Vista machine. I was
    >>>> pleasantly surprised that it had all the features of Microsoft
    >>>> Windows--from 10 years ago. But since it doesn't have
    >>>> "Autonumbering" (insofar as I could tell) I decided against using it
    >>>> for my base (default) word processor.
    >>>>
    >>>> But what made me delete it from my Startup programs was the fact that
    >>>> during startup it would try to dial out (I am using a dial-up modem,
    >>>> so when something trys to dial up I can tell immeadiately). I
    >>>> classify this as spyware.
    >>>>
    >>>> If the rest of Linux type software is like this, I don't think Linux
    >>>> users have anything to brag about.
    >>>>
    >>>> I'm looking forward to getting a cheap or free version of MSFT Office
    >>>> 2007 so I can have a real modern word processor. I hear it even
    >>>> exports to the OpenOffice format for freaks that enjoy not buying
    >>>> market leader world class software from Microsoft.
    >>>>
    >>>> What a quality company, Microsoft. Buy now and it will double in five
    >>>> years. Retire rich. Hedge your bets linux-nuts! If Linux becomes
    >>>> popular, you'll feel good and lose your investment. But if LInux
    >>>> continues along the 1% market share route to obsolescence, your MSFT
    >>>> investment will make you rich, which is a large consolation.
    >>>>
    >>>> RL
    >>>
    >>> Smart move. Open Office (Oo) is a basically spyware from former Soviet
    >>> block countries. The claim that you can look at the source is BS because
    >>> the binaries that people download and install are NOT the same as the
    >>> source people get.

    >>
    >> So build it from source, instead. Duh.

    >
    > Those who do will not have the spyware version.
    > But hardly anyone builts OO from source. Nearly
    > everyone downloads the binary and the binary version of
    > Open Office contains spyware.


    Interesting. You do have evidence of this, correct?

    >
    >
    >> On a system based on Gentoo this is almost trivial; Sabayon should also
    >> have this capability. I'd have to look regarding RedHat and Debian but
    >> these should be able to generate binary packages, given their source
    >> packages; one then installs the binary packages.
    >>
    >>>
    >>> OpenOffice is definitely spyware and it has been proven. I have plenty of
    >>> links that prove this.
    >>>

    >>
    >> But you provided none of them here? How....strange.
    >>

    >
    > Why is it that most linux users are too stupid to use Google?
    >
    > http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...office+spyware
    > Results 1 - 10 of about 1,050,000 for open office spyware. (0.21 seconds)
    >
    > Malware targets OpenOffice users
    > http://www.theregister.co.uk/2007/05/22/badbunny/


    Is this part of the distro?

    >
    > OpenOffice worm harbors malware, spyware
    > http://www.macnn.com/articles/07/06/...worm.surfaces/
    >
    > Russians crack OpenOffice security
    > http://www.theregister.co.uk/2007/04...assword_crack/
    >
    > Fifth flaw this year lets attackers hijack OpenOffice systems with malicious
    > database doc
    > http://www.computerworld.com/action/...icleId=9051141
    > December 05, 2007 (Computerworld) -- OpenOffice.org fixed a critical flaw
    > today in its suite's database engine that attackers could use to shanghai a
    > computer, and the project's organizers urged customers to update to 2.3.1 as
    > soon as possible.
    >
    >
    > OpenOffice worm Badbunny hops across operating systems
    >
    > Windows Defender identifies OO as spyware
    >
    > OpenOffice and spyware doctor.
    >
    >
    > more, more and more.
    >
    > Face it. Open Office is simply spyware that disguises itself as a slow
    > bloated app.
    >


    Oh, I see. So your definition of "spyware" is "any non-Microsoft
    application that can be infected by a worm, trojan, or virus".[*]

    That's good to know.
    [*] worm: a crawling automated program that attempts to attack and
    subjugate a system through an open port; worms are usually scripts

    trojan: a manually-initiated program that masks its real actions;
    trojans can be scripts or executable code

    virus: an automated piece of code that attempts to patch
    and thereby infect executables and libraries; viruses are
    executable code

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  20. Re: I deleted Open Office today

    On Jan 7, 1:16*pm, The Ghost In The Machine
    wrote:
    > I'll admit to wondering what Ray is onto (or on) here.
    > However, oowriter demonstrably has autonumbering; one can
    > do either of the following.
    >


    Ghost--it doesn't (correct me if I'm wrong) have the autonumber
    feature where you can insert a hyperlink in an autonumbered paragraph,
    and jump to another autonumbered paragraph--I use this feature to jump
    to different paragraphs in a long document.

    If OO has this feature I'll eat this post, stop posting here, and
    consider reusing it again.

    RL

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