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Ratings & Reviews
WORST than ever before. Can not hyperlink text anymore.
DON'T GIVE ME UPDATES THAT TAKE AWAY FUNCTIONS! I never thought I would look at Microsoft before, but now I am. What a bunch of tr DON'T GIVE ME UPDATES THAT TAKE AWAY FUNCTIONS! I never thought I would look at Microsoft before, but now I am. What a bunch of trash. If my business is based on using these functions, what am I supposed to do? How does that help my business?
Other users have said that over 90 different functions have been taken out.
What am I supposed to do with my old pages documents? I am now unable to create hyperlinks. How does that help me?
What am I supposed to do now? Delay coming out with your "UPGRADE" until you can make it better than it was. Thanks for wasting a bunch of my time! Now I have to undo ALL of the "UPGRADES" to go back to the "INFERIOR" software so I can actually use it. Reminds me of apple maps. …
- Written by Thomas H from San Carlos
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