There are other alternatives to OpenOffice and Microsoft Office that are commercial and significantly less expensive that run on Windows (e.g. Corel WordPerfect). For Linux, Sun provides a commercial alternative to OpenOffice called StarOffice that you might check out. Perhaps it would be better to examine why you feel the Linux/OpenOffice alternative is not sufficient and address what could be done to improve that situation.
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