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Would you use Google Docs or Microsoft SkyDrive Office?











For a very long time, if you wanted to use a word processor, you would go to the store and buy a copy of Microsoft Office, or AppleWorks. These things aren't cheap. Most of the time, they can cost over $100! But how does free sound? Most of the time, free is good, so if you don't want to spend a lot of money on a word processor and all of the stuff it comes with, why not try out Google Docs or Microsoft SkyDrive Office? Google Docs comes with a word processor, presentation, spreadsheets, drawing, and you can create forms for your website. Here's the thing about Google: They make stuff that works good and is good! From writing an essay, to presenting to your company, the Google Docs suite comes with almost everything you need to make it work great. The only downside is the word processor doesn't really tell you how many pages you have typed up, and the presentation webware doesn't allow you to have action buttons to go to another slide. But still you get so much for free, including an online hard drive! 1 GB of storage for free, and you can pay for more! Now on to SkyDrive Office. It comes with 4 web apps: Word, Powerpoint, Excel and OneNote and 25 GB of storage! That's right! FOR FREE TOO! Now onto the Office web apps. Picture a basic Microsoft Office. That's what you get. It works like Office, it looks like Office, it is Office. The only downside from what I could see is it is a bit slow, but that could just be on my end. So as you can tell, paying $100 for an office suite like Office isn't necessary anymore. But if you are a student, or a person who needs something powerful and offline, then OpenOffice.org is another choice, and it's free.


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