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Diane Posell
HP signed me up and said that it is free forever.  I want to know if that is correct and if there is a charge how much is it?  I have also started using it and find it a little difficult to navigate.  The screen said that I have a 14 day trial version.I need to figure out how to highlight a print area that isn't an entire sheet and to get my worksheet back to "normal" from a little tiny schedule in the upper left hand corner.  I don't know what made it change but the format changed to small type and a very large sheet and my section is tiny.  I'm sure that it is as easy to navigate as Excel, once I understand all of the commands.  I tried to find help, but nothing sounded like what I needed.  Do I have to pay for a technician to help me through it?  Will the Help Agent be of assistance ?  I was signed up on September 21, 2017.Jean [hidden email]
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Re: Subscription

Dave Fisher
Hi -

Apache OpenOffice is free forever. We do not release trial versions.

You should always download the latest free version from https://www.openoffice.org/download/

You get help by asking on this email list or from the community at https://forum.openoffice.org/en/forum/

Regards,
Dave

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> On Sep 22, 2017, at 7:16 PM, Diane Posell <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> HP signed me up and said that it is free forever.  I want to know if that is correct and if there is a charge how much is it?  I have also started using it and find it a little difficult to navigate.  The screen said that I have a 14 day trial version.I need to figure out how to highlight a print area that isn't an entire sheet and to get my worksheet back to "normal" from a little tiny schedule in the upper left hand corner.  I don't know what made it change but the format changed to small type and a very large sheet and my section is tiny.  I'm sure that it is as easy to navigate as Excel, once I understand all of the commands.  I tried to find help, but nothing sounded like what I needed.  Do I have to pay for a technician to help me through it?  Will the Help Agent be of assistance ?  I was signed up on September 21, 2017.Jean [hidden email]
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Re: Subscription

James Knott
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On 09/22/2017 07:16 PM, Diane Posell wrote:
> HP signed me up and said that it is free forever.  I want to know if that is correct and if there is a charge how much is it?  I have also started using it and find it a little difficult to navigate.  The screen said that I have a 14 day trial version.I need to figure out how to highlight a print area that isn't an entire sheet and to get my worksheet back to "normal" from a little tiny schedule in the upper left hand corner.  I don't know what made it change but the format changed to small type and a very large sheet and my section is tiny.  I'm sure that it is as easy to navigate as Excel, once I understand all of the commands.  I tried to find help, but nothing sounded like what I needed.  Do I have to pay for a technician to help me through it?  Will the Help Agent be of assistance ?  I was signed up on September 21, 2017.Jean [hidden email]

I'm not sure what they gave you or what the trial version is, but
OpenOffice is a free office suite that you can install and use on as
many computers as you wish, at absolutely no charge.  You can download
it for free from www.openoffice.org.


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jd1008

On 09/22/2017 07:13 PM, James Knott wrote:
> On 09/22/2017 07:16 PM, Diane Posell wrote:
>> HP signed me up and said that it is free forever.  I want to know if that is correct and if there is a charge how much is it?  I have also started using it and find it a little difficult to navigate.  The screen said that I have a 14 day trial version.I need to figure out how to highlight a print area that isn't an entire sheet and to get my worksheet back to "normal" from a little tiny schedule in the upper left hand corner.  I don't know what made it change but the format changed to small type and a very large sheet and my section is tiny.  I'm sure that it is as easy to navigate as Excel, once I understand all of the commands.  I tried to find help, but nothing sounded like what I needed.  Do I have to pay for a technician to help me through it?  Will the Help Agent be of assistance ?  I was signed up on September 21, 2017.Jean [hidden email]
> I'm not sure what they gave you or what the trial version is, but
> OpenOffice is a free office suite that you can install and use on as
> many computers as you wish, at absolutely no charge.  You can download
> it for free from www.openoffice.org.
To be exact, the download page is:
http://www.openoffice.org/download/index.html


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zahra a
hi.
Is OpenOffice really free for any user?
OpenOffice is free for use by everybody. You may take this copy of
OpenOffice and install it on as many computers as you like, and use it
for any purpose you like (including commercial, government, public
administration and educational use). For further details see the
license text delivered together with OpenOffice or
http://www.openoffice.org/license.html
Why is OpenOffice free for any user?
You can use this copy of OpenOffice today free of charge because
individual contributors and corporate sponsors have designed,
developed, tested, translated, documented, supported, marketed, and
helped in many other ways to make OpenOffice what it is today - the
world's leading open-source office software.
If you appreciate their efforts, and would like to ensure Apache
OpenOffice continues into the future, please consider contributing to
the project - see http://openoffice.apache.org/get-involved.html for
details on contributing time and
http://www.apache.org/foundation/contributing.html for details on
donations. Everyone has a contribution to make.
hope that help, God bless you all.

On 9/23/17, JD <[hidden email]> wrote:

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> On 09/22/2017 07:13 PM, James Knott wrote:
>> On 09/22/2017 07:16 PM, Diane Posell wrote:
>>> HP signed me up and said that it is free forever.  I want to know if that
>>> is correct and if there is a charge how much is it?  I have also started
>>> using it and find it a little difficult to navigate.  The screen said
>>> that I have a 14 day trial version.I need to figure out how to highlight
>>> a print area that isn't an entire sheet and to get my worksheet back to
>>> "normal" from a little tiny schedule in the upper left hand corner.  I
>>> don't know what made it change but the format changed to small type and a
>>> very large sheet and my section is tiny.  I'm sure that it is as easy to
>>> navigate as Excel, once I understand all of the commands.  I tried to
>>> find help, but nothing sounded like what I needed.  Do I have to pay for
>>> a technician to help me through it?  Will the Help Agent be of assistance
>>> ?  I was signed up on September 21, 2017.Jean
>>> [hidden email]
>> I'm not sure what they gave you or what the trial version is, but
>> OpenOffice is a free office suite that you can install and use on as
>> many computers as you wish, at absolutely no charge.  You can download
>> it for free from www.openoffice.org.
> To be exact, the download page is:
> http://www.openoffice.org/download/index.html
>
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Re: Subscription

Maurice Howe-2
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Diane, in your last line, you've given your phone # to the entire world!!!
That's like painting it on the Empire State Bldg.  Not a good idea.
Recommend you (a) get rid of that UserID​ and (b) change your phone # NOW!!

Maurice Howe


On Fri, Sep 22, 2017 at 7:16 PM, Diane Posell <[hidden email]
> wrote:

> HP signed me up and said that it is free forever.  I want to know if that
> is correct and if there is a charge how much is it?  I have also started
> using it and find it a little difficult to navigate.  The screen said that
> I have a 14 day trial version.I need to figure out how to highlight a print
> area that isn't an entire sheet and to get my worksheet back to "normal"
> from a little tiny schedule in the upper left hand corner.  I don't know
> what made it change but the format changed to small type and a very large
> sheet and my section is tiny.  I'm sure that it is as easy to navigate as
> Excel, once I understand all of the commands.  I tried to find help, but
> nothing sounded like what I needed.  Do I have to pay for a technician to
> help me through it?  Will the Help Agent be of assistance ?  I was signed
> up on September 21, 2017.Jean [hidden email]
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Isaac Schrader
Open office is free forever. However It is not a smart idea to post your phone number on here.
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From: Maurice Howe <[hidden email]>
Sent: Saturday, September 23, 2017 4:46:42 AM
To: Apache OpenOffice; Diane Posell
Subject: Re: Subscription

Diane, in your last line, you've given your phone # to the entire world!!!
That's like painting it on the Empire State Bldg.  Not a good idea.
Recommend you (a) get rid of that UserID​ and (b) change your phone # NOW!!

Maurice Howe


On Fri, Sep 22, 2017 at 7:16 PM, Diane Posell <[hidden email]
> wrote:

> HP signed me up and said that it is free forever.  I want to know if that
> is correct and if there is a charge how much is it?  I have also started
> using it and find it a little difficult to navigate.  The screen said that
> I have a 14 day trial version.I need to figure out how to highlight a print
> area that isn't an entire sheet and to get my worksheet back to "normal"
> from a little tiny schedule in the upper left hand corner.  I don't know
> what made it change but the format changed to small type and a very large
> sheet and my section is tiny.  I'm sure that it is as easy to navigate as
> Excel, once I understand all of the commands.  I tried to find help, but
> nothing sounded like what I needed.  Do I have to pay for a technician to
> help me through it?  Will the Help Agent be of assistance ?  I was signed
> up on September 21, 2017.Jean [hidden email]