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Most users said they found ThinkFree Write to be familiar and intuitive. While the tool bars are fixed and no spell-check button was to be found (although the product does have spell-check capabilities), testers said that complicated documents, such as those with tables, loaded without problems and with no noticeable formatting issues.

One thing that testers did notice, however, was that ThinkFree was unable to open documents created using Office 95. Benincasa said his users shouldnt be using documents that old, but the fact remains that they exist—an issue FN Manufacturing will need to resolve before moving off Microsoft Office.

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As a senior writer for eWEEK Labs, Anne writes articles pertaining to IT professionals and the best practices for technology implementation. Anne covers the deployment issues and the business drivers related to technologies including databases, wireless, security and network operating systems. Anne joined eWeek in 1999 as a writer for eWeek's eBiz Strategies section before moving over to Labs in 2001. Prior to eWeek, she covered business and technology at the San Jose Mercury News and at the Contra Costa Times.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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