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  Topic: New project: is no website better than a bad website?
Hairyloon

Replies: 12
Views: 145
PostForum: Small Business Questions, Ideas and Advice   Posted: Wed Apr 26, 17 7:57 pm   Subject: New project: is no website better than a bad website?
I would still like to see a good discussion platform on there.

That may be why they haven't got one. (My bold and italics).

I'm flattered.
  Topic: New project: is no website better than a bad website?
Hairyloon

Replies: 12
Views: 145
PostForum: Small Business Questions, Ideas and Advice   Posted: Wed Apr 26, 17 2:14 pm   Subject: New project: is no website better than a bad website?
I would still like to see a good discussion platform on there.
  Topic: New project: is no website better than a bad website?
Hairyloon

Replies: 12
Views: 145
PostForum: Small Business Questions, Ideas and Advice   Posted: Wed Apr 26, 17 11:16 am   Subject: New project: is no website better than a bad website?
Check back later today.
Sounds like inside information...
  Topic: New project: is no website better than a bad website?
Hairyloon

Replies: 12
Views: 145
PostForum: Small Business Questions, Ideas and Advice   Posted: Wed Apr 26, 17 7:21 am   Subject: New project: is no website better than a bad website?
Check back later today.
Sounds like inside information...
  Topic: New project: is no website better than a bad website?
Hairyloon

Replies: 12
Views: 145
PostForum: Small Business Questions, Ideas and Advice   Posted: Tue Apr 25, 17 11:31 pm   Subject: New project: is no website better than a bad website?
Some of you will have heard about the "What's Best for Britain" project fronted by Gina Miller. ([url=https://www.gofundme.com/whats-best-for-britain?viewupdates=1&rcid=7bca8144b1e547859c68ce28c ...
  Topic: Attack Turkey
Hairyloon

Replies: 17
Views: 306
PostForum: Poultry   Posted: Tue Apr 25, 17 4:02 pm   Subject: Attack Turkey
My friend has a rhea that hates men. It's hilarious to watch unless you are the person it's trying to kill. A bit like Rod Hull but with more swearing.
That's dire.

(well somebody had to say it... ...
  Topic: Bloody Cheek !
Hairyloon

Replies: 2
Views: 96
PostForum: Poultry   Posted: Sun Apr 23, 17 12:52 pm   Subject: Bloody Cheek !


the biting thing can go both ways, especially if it involves sage, onions and a rather nice cider

This is a fair and valid point.
  Topic: docx files and Openoffice
Hairyloon

Replies: 19
Views: 317
PostForum: IT Matters   Posted: Fri Apr 21, 17 12:30 pm   Subject: docx files and Openoffice
writeable pdf
That was my thought also. Is Acrobat the only/best option for that?
  Topic: docx files and Openoffice
Hairyloon

Replies: 19
Views: 317
PostForum: IT Matters   Posted: Fri Apr 21, 17 11:49 am   Subject: docx files and Openoffice
Thank you all again, but you are answering the wrong question, unless the best answer is Acrobat (which it might be).
That is my fault for asking it badly in the first place.

The question i ...
  Topic: docx files and Openoffice
Hairyloon

Replies: 19
Views: 317
PostForum: IT Matters   Posted: Fri Apr 21, 17 9:55 am   Subject: docx files and Openoffice
Thank you all again, but you are answering the wrong question, unless the best answer is Acrobat (which it might be).
That is my fault for asking it badly in the first place.

The question i ...
  Topic: docx files and Openoffice
Hairyloon

Replies: 19
Views: 317
PostForum: IT Matters   Posted: Thu Apr 20, 17 9:35 pm   Subject: docx files and Openoffice
Word on the original file? You've a school aged child, it should be free to obtain.

I didn't know that. Not sure I want to encourage the monopoly any more than I need to though.

The actual edit ...
  Topic: docx files and Openoffice
Hairyloon

Replies: 19
Views: 317
PostForum: IT Matters   Posted: Thu Apr 20, 17 8:45 pm   Subject: docx files and Openoffice
Full version of acrobat.
That is the obvious answer, but Adobe have annoyed me enough to look elsewhere first.
That said, the point of the question was to have a suggestion to pass on.
  Topic: docx files and Openoffice
Hairyloon

Replies: 19
Views: 317
PostForum: IT Matters   Posted: Thu Apr 20, 17 6:15 pm   Subject: docx files and Openoffice
i often grab a document in whatever format it was sent in, export it to the desktop as a pdf , work on it, then send it back .
What do you use to work on pdf's?
  Topic: docx files and Openoffice
Hairyloon

Replies: 19
Views: 317
PostForum: IT Matters   Posted: Thu Apr 20, 17 4:27 pm   Subject: docx files and Openoffice
I was trying to fill in a job application today, it was a *.docx file.
I opened it in Openoffice, did some work and saved it. When I opened it up again, the formatting had gone all over the place.
...
  Topic: Solar stuff selloff auction: bidding live now.
Hairyloon

Replies: 0
Views: 133
PostForum: Small Business Questions, Ideas and Advice   Posted: Tue Apr 18, 17 10:58 am   Subject: Solar stuff selloff auction: bidding live now.
May be some stuff of interest to some here. Happening now, sorry for the lack of notice.

https://www.eddisons.com/online-auctions#!/auction-catalogues/eddisons/catalogue-id-eddiso10163?pageSize=60
 
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