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Re: wps office

I wouldn't piss on Trump even if he was on fire, in fact a can of petrol would be best
While this is sensible, it's also contrary to our Posting Rules and since we're simply at a point of disagreement about a 3rd. party software issue, I'm closing the thread. If you want to test it out, please do so, but at your own risk.
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