Office/ and Utilities/ menu reorganization
matze at stud.fbi.fh-darmstadt.de
Mon Aug 8 17:01:17 BST 2005
On Monday 08 August 2005 17:08, Fabian Wolf wrote:
> On Monday 08 August 2005 16:23, Matthias Welwarsky wrote:
> > As I learned recently, the Adobe Reader is much more than a plain
> > document viewer (at least some guy from Adobe went to great lengths to
> > explain that its much more than a plain viewer). You can for example
> > comment PDFs, work with forms, use it as a presentation viewer ...
> Does that make it an office application? I used KPDF as a presentation
> viewer just recently (Ctrl+Shift+P) ;)
> Now this is going to be slightly offtopic, but what I wanted to say was
> that the KPDF developers really did an awesome job! I like KPDF a whole lot
> better than acroread!
Well, I think that depends on what you see as an "Office" application. It's
either "Something equivalent to Microsoft Office" or "something used in day
to day office work". I somewhat favour the latter. It's clearly not
"Graphics", and "Utilities" is so unspecific that it's just used as a dumping
ground for about anything that has no other place to go. Hence the mess.
Therefore I think it should definitely go into 'Office'
From the 'Handbook of Corporate Slang':
- to protect prior investment (phrase):
describes the inability to revert a wrong decision made
in the past, expresses willingness of throwing
good money after bad. (q.v. Fiorina, C.)
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