Reply to post: Re: "LibreOffice only does a majority of what home users need"

Microsoft gives Windows 10 a name, throws folks a bone

John Brown (no body) Silver badge

Re: "LibreOffice only does a majority of what home users need"

"Slurp's Orifice has compatibility problems between version so complaining about someone else's problems is a bit of a cheap shot."

I must admit to not really using MS Office in anger much at all over recent years but is it still the case that it takes MS about a year to bring out compatibility modules for backwards compatibility? Or is the shift to O365 a one time only deal and will always be constantly updated without warning like Win10? Can O365 open Office 95/97/2003 documents without error?

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