[Linux4christians] OpenOffice Question
chess.griffin at gmail.com
Wed Jul 14 14:34:54 EDT 2010
Using Google Docs does not put your docs into the public domain. By
default, your docs are marked private. You can make them
publically-available. However, even in that instance, you still
retain copyright unless you specifically make them available into the
I use many of the portable apps on my Windows machines at work and by
and large they work very well (and identical to the Linux versions).
I have not tried the OO.o portable app specifically, though.
On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 2:26 PM, pastordavid at bibleseven.com
<pastordavid at bibleseven.com> wrote:
> Doesn't that put all of your documents into the public domain,
> whether you want them there or not?
>> shengchieh at linuxmail.org wrote:
>> Can you use an online word processor like ZohoWriter, google doc,
>> ajax, etc. If you want links, yell - I have many of them.
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