If your work requires Microsoft Office compatibility, you've never quite sure what will be installed on someone else's PC. Worse, if you use someone else's PC, and they do have a copy of Word installed, you might find that their personal information is embedded within the document you've created. That doesn't look particularly impressive if you're trying to prove you wrote the report from scratch. The only solution is to bring an office suite with you.
OpenOffice Portable 2.21 is the portable edition of the Microsoft Office compatible office suite. Consisting of a word processor, spreadsheet and presentation tool, it should offer you all you need to edit and create documents when you're on the road. Simply put the suite on your USB key and then attach this to your host PC. All your personal information will be stored within the documents you create.
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