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  • Ken Grant - Completely Unexpected

    I got this book for my wife as a gag gift because we are always wondering where we can stop on road trips for gas, food, or whatever. We just completed a 3000+ mile, 19 day road trip covering 7 states (six twice), I tried the book out when we were ready for our first food break and was surprised at how detailed it was. We loved that it told us which direction to turn once we pulled off the Interstate. Unfortunately it was not able to tell us what gas prices were at the stops, but I suppose that is understandable. This new book now looks old and battered. It is dog eared and bent. We'll use it a lot in the future. I do wish it covered other highways than just interstates. I understand that to cover every state and county road would be a stretch, but if it could include federal highways that would be a great help. Thanks for the book.

  • Mike - Office 2010 is a better product

    I have been using Office Professional 2007 at work for years, and I bought Office 2010 for home use when it first came out. I can tell you that Office 2010 is a very worthwhile upgrade from 2007, and compatibility between those two products is decent. I recently purchased Office 2013 for work and I already regret it. If I could make the choice again, I would get Office 2010. Right now in February 13', Office 2010 is the best, most robust version of Office m$ has ever produced. There is almost no major reason to get 2013 and I can think of several, two just today, that are reasons NOT to. Access 2013 doesn't do the data collection via form from Outlook like 2010 does and they replaced that feature with " ", yep nothing, just gone. The entire "Collect Data" group is simply gone. How do they charge a higher price when they remove features? Today when I composed an email for my boss in Outlook 2013 and spent some time with spacing and formatting to make it look just like I wanted it to look, then sent it off. When I opened it in my 'sent items' folder to take a last look, I was pretty p%**ed to see a message at the top of my email saying "Outlook 2013 removed unnecessary lines from this message" which left my email looking pretty crappy. What an utterly useless "feature". That can be disabled in options but can mess up a plain text email for you if you forget to turn it off - same goes for Outlook 2010. If you are using Office 2007 or an older version, then an upgrade to office 2010 would be a worthwhile experience. I think I am finished with m$ Office products as of my 2010 version and will have to do something far different in the future. My advice - stay away from Office 2013. Access 2013 seems to be a product without a development team any more. They should have called it Office-Bob or Bob II, or Office-Me III, and Outlook should have been called Outhouse AFAIAC and that would have been more accurate. Bad product IMHO. I do not recommend this product.