#1
I need to make graphs on my computer but I have not got excel. Is there an alternative option?

help!!!!!!!!!!!
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#2
spreadsheet?
wen i ask they say that they fall into the habit smhw ........but nyways i think there is a connection smwhere. Now i being a teetollar will not give into this habit nyhw

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#3
Ruler and pencil.
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#4
I have vista
I have excel
I have confusion?
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#5
You can do graphs on Word.
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#6
download open office, its free and its almost identical to any MS package
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download open office, its free and its almost identical to any MS package

Again, this. it comes with ubuntu and i've been using it mainly. it works just as well as microsoft's stuff.
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#10
How does Open Office compare to Office 2000? Which works on vista, amazingly (though I have encountered some erratic behaviour)

Edit - I think 2000 may be my favourite version.. I have professional, better than the XP/2003 I tried at college.
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How does Open Office compare to Office 2000? Which works on vista, amazingly (though I have encountered some erratic behaviour)

It's free, try it and find out for yourself
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#13
Open office would be the go. There is also a program called graphmatica ( i think thats it, google it) which is good. I think graphmatica actually looks more professional than crappy excel graphs.
#15
If you don't like OpenOffice give 'Tesco Complete Office' a try, it's ~£20 and feels a lot like Microsoft Office.
#17
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Since when were Tesco software developers?

Hah, I know but it does a scarily good job. I bought it a year or two ago when I needed something to work with an access database and at the time OpenOffice dropped the ball in this area.
#18
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Since when were Tesco software developers?


Well, since when could Tesco offer insurance, internet, mobile phone deals.. etc etc.

They have the authority to do whatever the eff they want.
#19
lol yeah for every £8, £1 goes to Tesco!
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