Orders should arrive in about one to two weeks after we have received payment. If you have been waiting for more than two weeks for an item, please do not hesitate to contact me with the details of your order.
If someone is unhappy with a product, I am willing to issue a refund within 30 days after the purchase. This gives you enough time to try it out and see if you really like it. I know how it feels to be unhappy because something you ordered online isn't what you expected.
I currently offer email support to customers. I use this software myself, and I am more than happy to offer support and help for anyone with questions on how to use one of these product. Just drop me a message if you have any questions.
PayPal is a way to send and receive payments securely online. You do not have to have a PayPal account - you can pay with a credit card by choosing "continue checkout" instead.
Unforunately I cannot accept other kinds of payments at this time.
Yes, with OpenOffice.org, a project sponsored by Sun Microsystems, one can create, edit, and save Word(.doc), Excel(.xls) and Powerpoint(.ppt) files.
We produce our CDs in bulk, ship the CDs with minimal packaging, and take advantage of open source licensing policies. This allows us to provide very cost-affective solutions.
No, as of March 31, 2005, the security site Secunia counts zero security flaws not yet fixed for OpenOffice.org.
Microsoft Powerpoint is a presentation application packaged with various versions of Microsoft Office. We can provide a brief introduction, operations guide, and history page. The cultural affects of this application are also noteworthy. The content on these pages are under the Gnu Free Documentation License.
OpenOffice.org contains a presentation program entitled Impress. Its functionality closely matches Powerpoint and is considered an alternative to Microsoft Powerpoint by many.
Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet application packaged with various versions of Microsoft Office. We can provide a brief introduction, user interface overview, version information, and a list of competators.
OpenOffice.org contains a spreadsheet program entitled Calc. Its functionality closely matches Excel and is considered an alternative to Microsoft Excel by many. The content on these pages are under the Gnu Free Documentation License.