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Michael Larabel
heard this weekend in that might release a native version of in 2014.
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Gaius Baltar 5 Feb 13
Yes, Satan? xDD OMFG
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Max 5 Feb 13
Maybe Android?
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Florent 5 Feb 13
Wow, Office on Linux, could be nice
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D2KX 5 Feb 13
Serious? I would have laughed at that a year ago, but Office for Android/iOS is scheduled for 2013 aswell, so...
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Omer Akram  5 Feb 13
that sounds so great even being a rumor. Porbably because I never read a sentence which said native MS Office for Linux ;)
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Michael Larabel 5 Feb 13
@d2kx yep, of course, but will not be surprised if there's many doubters just like my original on comments. Wait & see.
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Tom Hill 5 Feb 13
this will only be in response to local authorities switching to Libre Office and similar. It's good news if it happens!
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Miguel Fontoura 5 Feb 13
that is the last piece of the puzzle for everyone to enjoy Linux! Games are here, and now we just need MSOffice!
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The Wurst 5 Feb 13
It's not April the first yet, Michael ;)
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Patrick Rene S. 5 Feb 13
xD haha a linux version? Office 365 is running in webbrowsers. And they want to push all users to it. Even poor students :(
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Patrick Rene S. 5 Feb 13
cant open with ipad :(
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GeekCo 5 Feb 13
Office in Linux without Wine is Great, the new users in Linux always seek Word, Excel and Powerpoint.
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Sean Tilley 7 Feb 13
Any ideas about whether it might make use of a Linux-native interface toolkit, like GTK or Qt?
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Javier Salazar 8 Feb 13
It should be great. Many public offices use Windows because of Office. Would be a good change if they can migrate to Linux
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