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Date:      Sat, 9 May 2020 09:56:47 -0400
From:      Jerry <>
Subject:   Re: Microsoft Teams for Linux
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On Sat, 9 May 2020 08:38:41 -0500, Tim Daneliuk commented:
>On 5/9/20 7:55 AM, Jerry wrote:
>> My work requires a fully function PDF application. Only Adobe
>> Acrobat DC offers the services I need. Along with 'Power Point",
>> Excel and Publisher, all connected homogeneously into a virtual
>> seamless package. =20
>These days, this capability exists in the cloud.  If you have a
>browser, you can use these tools.  I routinely (well, when forced to,
>actually) use Word, Excel, etc. from a Linux desktop, for example.

That is quite true, with a few limitations. I may at some point move my
entire desktop to a cloud based environment. However,at present, that is
not at the top of my 'to-do' list. I guess I am sort of old fashioned.
I still like to have, more or less, physical control over my work.
While I have automated backups of all my work into a cloud based
storage system, I still like to be able to work off-line from
time-to-time. That would not be possible if I did not have custodial
control over my work.

Thanks for your response. It shows that some people are thinking.


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