Hi everyone. Some of you have contacted me for my insight into writing software used for tkr blog content So, I penned (typed) this article for you and anyone else interested. I use the freeware known as Open Office. While using Open Office for quite some time, I have noticed it can be temperamental and rather unstable.
For instance, I will be typing and suddenly my keyboard will lock up. I don’t know if this is a result of Open Office or not. Or, my cursor will switch to one place on another part of the screen.
After using the program for a few hours and typing a lot, the program will suddenly not highlight areas that I want to highlight. When choosing to color highlighted areas, the painter works improperly.
I also have noticed that my typing speed can be too fast for the program at times. (I’m dating myself here…but when typewriters were used, I was equated with sounding like a woodpecker).
Other issues related to Open Office temperament: Sometimes documents save easily, then at other times it involves numerous attempts.
Overall, I am quite content using this writing software program. The price is especially pleasing. For a zero price tag, I am willing to overlook the above-mentioned downfalls.
Thought I’d throw this out there for anyone else using the open source freeware known as Open Office.
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