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    Well, it's a pretty full-featured office suite. I can't think of any full featured office suite that's _not_ memory hungry.

    I don't think any sane person would use OOo on a computer with 32 or 16 MB of RAM, however. Keep in mind that there are many alternatives to OOo. You can split up it's tasks, for example: AbiWord for word processing, GNUmeric for spreadsheets, etc.

    I personally just use GNU nano and Antiword - that's all the word processing software you would need, and you don't even have to have X!

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