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Boomer The Dog - 2013-10-27

It does anger, that monotonic robotic sounding voice has little natural cadence.

More importantly, I didn't know that Word could do graphics and symbols so well, that's new information for me. Some of it might be that I'm only on Word 2003. I have the disk and just keep using it.


Quad9Damage - 2013-10-27

Then you've made a good choice. You can still install Word on newer machines without having to sign up for Microsoft's bullshit paid subscription service.

Old_Zircon - 2013-10-27

I still kind of regret updating to 2003 from Word 97.

sasazuka - 2013-10-27

I didn't know Microsoft Word could do graphics like that either, but that's because I get all my productivity software from the same "store" otherwise known as my dead father's software CD wallet, and he only had Microsoft Office 2000 (despite being a computer-savvy guy who died in 2010).

gravelstudios - 2013-10-27

I still have my word 97 disc from High School, and install it on every new computer I get, although I almost exclusively use open office now. It's buggy, but it's free.

Boomer The Dog - 2013-10-28

I'm still stuck on using Office Word '03, it installs like butter and fast, and really all I do with it is write letters for print, and make flyers with large fonts and clipart.

For graphics I use Corel Photoimpact, I make all of my Doggie photomorph art with it and website graphics.

My favorite Office is 2000, it has Rocky the Dog as an animated character, and I really like him, turn Clippy off! Rocky helped to get me through nights of writing.

I've used 97 too, but I think 2000 is when the interface started to look modern and smooth.

Here's a graphic I made with Rocky from Word 2k, as posted at the bottom of my site for a few years, good to see if you don't know Rocky.



TheSupafly - 2013-10-27

A tutorial in disguise. I liked it.

memedumpster - 2013-10-27

It's not exact, but like Boomer I didn't know Word could do this, so I thought it was kind of neato.

dairyqueenlatifah - 2013-10-27

Why on earth would this make anyone angry?

This is amazing. I had no idea Word could do half of this stuff.

EvilHomer - 2013-10-27

And doing a lazy, half-assed job is pretty typical of Apple, so really, nothing angering here.

Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2013-10-27

I can't understand a fucking word he's saying. It's like that one B&B episode where the teacher demands B&B to say something in Spanish and Butthead utters a bunch of nonsense followed by 'Rico Suave'.

HarrietTubmanPI - 2013-10-27

Number one, this is just creating graphics. This is not creating the back end of the software.

Number two, nearly all quality imaging packages (Photoshop/Illustrator, and even Word) have pretty much the same ability to make rudimentary graphics using similar tools.

What's sad is that this has to be explained to otherwise intelligent people.

jaunch - 2013-10-28

Booo. Boo, HarrietTubman. Booooo.

memedumpster - 2013-10-28

What's sad is how absolutely gawdawful programming nerds are at user interfaces. I wish they paid more attention to what Word can do. Proof that intelligence and wisdom are two vastly different stats.

kumi - 2013-10-28

Can't we go back to bitching about minor tweaks to Facebook?

Cube - 2013-10-28

Yes. Yes, you can program an operating system with Word lineart.

RockBolt - 2013-10-28

A graphics program creates graphics, gosh

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