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Q: Do you kown any good office management softwares?

One I kown is zoho CRM.I want to kown some ones widely used in most offices

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Yeah, but be careful about Microsoft Office 2010 or later. I've found that the odd company here and there doesn't have it, so they can't handle the newer file formats I use for my job applications.

 

... Then again, those were directed towards schools and teaching agencies rather than corporations. >_>

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Microsoft Office? angry

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Microsoft office is absolutely ubiquitous, I would say 99.9% of businesses in Europe / N. America use a version of it.

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Yeah, but be careful about Microsoft Office 2010 or later. I've found that the odd company here and there doesn't have it, so they can't handle the newer file formats I use for my job applications.

 

... Then again, those were directed towards schools and teaching agencies rather than corporations. >_>

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Great information! Thank you!

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only 7 years ago. but I suppose that is okay since this country has just attained that level of computer efficiecy nowink

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MS office is good

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There is no other free tool than the MS Office... free means we know how to use free right..

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