Learn more. Hippolips Created on January 23, I have Office for Mac installed as well running fine. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Previous Next. Joe's answer Replied on January 24, Run the repair disk permissions from the link and check if it resolves the issue. Thanks for marking this as the answer.
How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. How satisfied are you with this response? BrienMuller Replied on February 14, We are having the same problem with Lync We found a terminal command on TechNet and it does not help. Our only fix so far is to downgrade Lync to Hippolips Replied on February 14, I found THE cause of this crash. I am using Apple Thunderbolt Display s. More of a move that benefits Microsoft. That said, product is still robust and well produced and supported. Pros Accessibility is the biggest asset of Office for the user.
The ability to use a computer as a platform to reach the cloud allows for interchangeability and access from anywhere. Having less desktop applications has allowed me to cycle through our corporate computers seamlessly as no data is actually stored in my hard drive 3 computers 3 years. The mail app also runs smoother in the web browser when you are sharing calendars. This function used to consistently crash our computers when sharing a calendar on the Outlook Desktop Application. Specifically, there is less functionality in the web based apps. I like several windows open in Outlook which is easier accomplished within the desktop app.
I also do a lot of work without access to WiFi. Desktop Apps allow you to at least create content which can then be shared upon access to internet. Our office internet is also very slow and unreliable. We try and reduce the amount of reliance on web pages.
I think it will be hard to ever have the full functionality that a desktop app has, but this is a good temporary solution to access your email or word docs on the move. Pricing - Office is now subscription based. You used to be able to buy a license and only pay again when you wanted to upgrade. Now you get constant upgrades, but this comes at a cost.
In the case of Office Profitability, which allows to optimize the efficiency and productivity of the organization due to the control and ease of management allowing any person with access to share information from any place or device, thanks to the cloud "we work from anywhere" and "Team work" regardless of time zones. Pros With nearly 25 years in the Windows universe, despite the fact that there are free Office software alternatives, Microsoft Office continues to be the most widely used on a global scale among users and customers, whether at the corporate or personal level, none of these tools has arrived.
Cons In a Microsoft Office administrative installation, more disk space is used on the server, the amount of disk space required on the server ranges between and MB or more, depending on the version of Microsoft Office, if other programs use your server network or if you use it to store data files, it is possible that the server does not have enough disk space, however, this problem is more due to the limited storage of the PCs than the program itself, what it does have is a cost per license very high, apart from that I find no disadvantages that subtract points in favor of Microsoft Office.
We use it as an all-around communication software, and overall it works quite well despite the minor hiccups described above. Thanks to wikis and planners we can even include some other elements of our collaboration structure in Teams, enabling us to get by with only two software systems: Teams for communications and Scoro for task and project management as well as CRM and billing.
Pros The basic functionality is quite good. It essentially does what it's supposed to do: It allows you to chat with team members. The direct chat option is pretty straightforward. The option of creating different teams hence the name to structure the group chats is quite conventient, because it adds another layer, making it three: Teams, channels, threads within channels.
Notifications are pretty reliable, mentions and activities in channels you follow are logged into an activity feed, which is quite useful. The part where Teams really shines though is the option to add other functions to a channel. The Wiki can be nice, although using it is sometimes a bit counter-intuitive. What's really helpful is the Planner, because it allows you to include kanban-like views of tasks or other things. We actually use it less for tasks and more for ideas and backlogs of things for the entire team to review.
Cons One thing that bugs me is an issue that also came up with Slack: You sometimes miss notifications because, when you open the app, you automatically jump into the last channel or chat you where when closing it. When you actually want to go to some other place, you might leave the channel, leaving all notifications marked as "read" - but you might not even have noticed there was something new in them! I don't know how to solve this, I only know that it can be a problem.
The real downside of Teams is, for me at least, the very limited possibility of your notifications. You can essentially turn them on or off for mentions, channels you follow, and chats. There are some other options, but they are all of the "all-or-nothing" type. I either get notifications and therefore push notifications on my smartphone for all mentions, or for none of them.
Here, Slack has a much better system. The other thing is the mobile app. On Android, it's just not as reliable as it could be. Activating the "don't disturb" status, for example, does nothing. If I want to turn of push notifications, I need to that completely and manually. Sometimes, uploads don't work. And when I'm on the road, messages might not get through - but instead of sending them once I have a connection, it sits there with warning sign, waiting for me to resend it Office , brings programs such as Word that allows me to transcribe work of promotion, research, among others, like receiving files from my students mounted on this tool.
Another program that used a lot is PowerPoint, which helps me to make presentations of my classes, in a practical, interactive, with as many tools to make knowledge more effective, also for the presentation of research at events academics; Another program is the Excell that I use to design budget calculations, note control, tables and graphs with results data, among many other things. In addition to these, which are the most used, I also use the OneDrive that allows me to store information from different management sources in the cloud. The other tools I have also used, not so frequently but it has also allowed me to achieve what I need at certain times.
Actually the Office is a necessary tool, and important in the daily life of my work as a teacher and researcher. Pros Office is a very complete software package to be installed on computer equipment. And to install it is only necessary to have a subscription, in most cases when you buy a computer you install Windows and automatically the Office, so it is the most widely used package, and allows you to share information handled through the different tools that it brings with other people, although they have different versions.
Effectively the applications that this service brings are the best ones to create, save, and share with other users through the network different types of files, with different applications. And it even allows applications to be combined Cons Since I use a PC, they have had Office installed in their versions for the particular time, and used all the programs it brings and so far I have not had problems of the program that caused me any particular circumstance that reflects some flaw of the applications.
Excel is what I use the most, and for me it is more than a spreadsheet creating tool, is a mathematical, drawing, statistical, and many more things tool. Besides of using WORD as my document redaction tool to generate documentation for my projects, I also use it whenever I need to check a text redaction for written messages to be sent by e-mail or other text apps since I normally get better grammar suggestions with it. Pros I will mention a few of these programs to make a reference: WORD offers probably the largest selection of font types on text managing apps. EXCEL is my workhorse, I use it to create tables, make calculations, generate graphs, and also make small programing routines.
You could even create your own mini-ERP with this app. Cons On WORD Sometimes placing inserted images into your text becomes a little tricky, but with a little practice they end up in the right spot. On EXCEL I have experienced some lag between the time you move your cursor in the cells, and when it actually moves, I guess we may be working on-line without knowing it :.
I run into a few hiccups with Office that have been major headaches but at the same time, it has made most of my work easier and more streamlined to do. When absolutely needed, customer support is extremely good at following through as long as it takes to resolve any problem. They definitely stand behind their product which is very important when selecting something that your entire business needs to rely on. When doing anything critical, be sure the software is doing exactly what you want and expect it to do and check however you can before going past a point of no return and you shouldn't have any trouble.
One of the biggest benefits of the software is security and easy access when you need it but you could lose both if something wasn't set right or some glitch occurs so just always double check. Pros Everything is linked together under one family of software and it lets you do almost everything you need to do in an office seamlessly. Microsoft pretty much thought of everything from making sure your documents are backed up and protected Onedrive , you can easily communicate Outlook, Skype, Teams , and you can easily share with others and collaborate in real time Teams, Sharepoint all securely and relatively easily.
Almost every task you want to accomplish can be done in several different included apps and it is all very intuitive. Anything you can't figure out is very easy to find answers to using the new search tool they incorporate into all the software. Cons Since everything is tied together, if you run into an issue or something doesn't work right, it could be catastrophic.
This mainly pertains to the Onedrive feature that you rely on to make sure everything you worked on is backed up. If something goes wrong, which it has on a few occasions in my office, you could lose everything. My only other complaint is there are a lot of settings in different places that could affect how things work and sometimes you can't find the setting you need to change.
One case is with the Outlook search function where it doesn't seem to want to search for older emails unless you select a specific date range but that doesn't help if you are looking for something very old and don't remember the date range. I use it for everything at work. I manage a small business and we use office every day. I actually have two office programs word and excel open on my computer right now as we speak I really enjoy how simple and concise some of the programs are. Pros This is the most versatile program there for doing anything from making a document, creating signs for your business.
Office has so many products under one program that you won't need any other programs to create what you need to run your business. You have Word, Excel, powerpoint, onenote, and more I love to use powerpoint for presentations. It's not only affective, but everyone pays attention when I use it vs.
The best part? I also like that they have a monthly plan that covers all of their programs That way you always have the most up to date software and you don't have to worry about re downloading or buying new licenses. I don't think I will ever use another program. Cons The only thing about this program is that in order to use some of the features, you may need to read up on or ask a buddy how to work them. For example, excel is a GREAT program, you can take any data you have and make it into an easy to understand report, however, if you are not familiar with HOW to use excel, you will struggle.
They even have college classes for it. Most of the programs, however, are super easy to learn how to use like word, and powerpoint… Those programs you can just kind of play around with and figure out how to use them I can't imagine my life without these essential pieces of software. I especially use Excel and PowerPoint on a daily basis with my job. Almost any office job you apply to will require or recommend that you know these. Excel is one of the most useful tools for so many different tasks. I use it almost as a project management software to keep track of the progress of our construction jobs and what records have been sent by all of the sub-contractors.
It is incredible what you can do with Excel if you learn how to use all of the formulas and functions built into it. Excel is pretty much a standard for other software to allow integration. I used to give a lot of presentations in college and in my sales career. PowerPoint is very simple to learn and use for this. The ability to copy, paste, adjust and resize images is a very simple straightforward process within the program.
I have set up some pretty intense animations within my slides as well. Once you learn how the animations work you can essentially animate your presentation. I am using Microsoft Word right now typing up this review. I am unsure how anybody can go without using word in their lifetime. I am unaware of anything that even comes close to equivalent to Word. This is one of the most basic and fundamental software that everyone should know in life.
Cons It is hard to say anything wrong with Microsoft Office. The only improvements that would be nice to see is price and a more advanced grammar system within Word. You can't really go without Microsoft office and it would be nice to see the price lowered and easier for everyone to have on their personal and professional computes. A more advanced grammar system in Word with be useful.
It could be a feature you were able to turn on and off. I use Grammarly and I would stop using it if Word had something equivalent built in. It is a software that is easy to handle and helps teamwork to flow faster and more efficiently. Pros the use of Microsoft Teams gave us the integration that we were lacking in order to integrate several solutions into one.
In our company we have been using it for about 2 years and it has helped us to have a better control over the project's orientation. You can organize each area in a team Within each team you can have different channels each channel is autonomous and has its space for chat which is very complete with text format options each channel has an associated email address to receive mail and they are in the same panel as the chat. You have availability to be each channel a site in Sharepoint Online to be able to assemble the library of documents for the documentation of each project or teamwork and can be accessed from teams or via web.
It has a direct Chat integrated with Skype For Business and allows you to have 1 to 1 - 1 to n and make calls and conferences. Cons that the conversations when it happens a lot of time to have had them, the files and notes exchanged disappears from the panel, is one of the few things that would change him. Cons One can only see 7 days in advance within the calendar, some "meet in teams" calendar aspects clear out randomly, uploaded icons for teams regularly go blank, the website tab is picky sometimes and will disallow long urls forcing to use url shortening services, confusing difference between owner and member the difference should be noted right within teams so that one doesn't have to find it in a horrible support.
Microsoft Teams provides a way by which any company can more easily create a system to increase collaboration and real time updates. It has destroyed the middle man called email and increased productivity fold. Pros Microsoft Teams has been extremely fundamental in bringing our company together and breaking down silos between different departments. Microsoft Teams essentially allows you to organize and manage different projects while still keeping it collaborative and manageable by everyone involved. A team can be created and each person is given either 'Owner' capabilities or 'Member' capabilities depending on how much access they need.
A team can then be broken down into channels which has been the backbone for our company. Each channel allows for simple file management, collaborative updates on any Microsoft Office product, easy chat and conversation, and tagging to assign different tasks to people. Where as previously, everything needed to be sent via email, Microsoft Teams allows everything to update dynamically, removing the middle man. This is the number 1 benefit to Microsoft Teams: the ability to collaborate in real time.
While I could go on listing the many features included phone, meetings, assignments, planner, and app integration being just a few , the power of Microsoft Teams comes into being able to tie everything together into 1 program. Cons While certainly useful, Microsoft Teams is relatively new. Sometimes, it will log you out accidentally, or a file cannot be edited even though everyone has closed out of it, or your access to files changes randomly and can only be fixed by restarting the program.
As Microsoft continues debugging, this will hopefully improve, but there is still a ways to go. Furthermore, some features are certainly lacking. Comments cannot be edited. Team or channel templates do not exist yet. Skype for Business is not yet completely integrated. Little things that you would expect to be standard have not been created as it is still a relatively new program. While certainly useful, its usefulness will increase as more updates roll out.
Do not hesitate to implement it in your business. Office a single software, reasons to use it. Pros in my personal experience office has been satisfactory, i work in a University. The nature of my organization requires continuous and constant contact with a multitude of multidisciplinary teams. As all organizations, saving is fundamental to provide more resources.
Effective communication, immediacy in the access to information and teamwork are fundamental keys to perform our work. Office has allowed us to build an efficient work platform. With a single annual payment we are entitled to a business license that allows us to access office in all the computers of the organization. We have been able to structure all office services in a shared way. For example we have an institutional email through the Exchange Online tool, likewise we support all our documentation in Onedrive, the office cloud that provides us with up to a terabyte of space.
In terms of communications we have business Skype, which allows us to hold video conferences, online meetings and shared remote access to desktops from PC to PC. However, what I consider to be a great of office is the online sharepoint tool. We have used it as a kind of digital repository for all our shared data. Through office we were able to articulate our work efforts. Cons In my personal experience office has been so satisfactory that I have nothing to object to.
I can only say thank you microsoft. As an accountant I rely on excel for so many tasks and it's nice to be able to create professional looking spreadsheets with easy and complicated formulas. It allows me to dial in budgets and projections with minimal effort. Outlook has allowed me to streamline and organize my emails and appointments with minimal effort. Word and PowerPoint have really assisted me with my video training courses and presentations. From writing technical accounting scripts to creating attractive PowerPoint slides for my training videos, I find that Office has improved my productivity and increased the professionalism in my creations.
Pros For the price Office is a complete no-brainer for me. I've been using PowerPoint more lately as I've been creating presentations.
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The software included is well worth the price. Additionally, and I didn't think this was a bid deal when I first purchased, I can have this software on up to 5 machines! This initially wasn't a selling point for me, but this is so useful for me as I have a couple of computers and it's nice to use the same software on each machine.
Cons Updates can be a drag. I get that updates are needed for the software to run smoothly, etc. But most of the time the update notification comes up when I'm busy working and have word, excel, and outlook open. I'm not sure of a solution, but just thought I'd mention it here. I appreciate improvements to the software, just wish there was an easier, less intrusive way to notify and then update the software. Pros You get office online word, excel, powerpoint, outlook, onenote, etc which is great since you can access it from any device at any time.
Being a small IT team, we don't have a huge team to tackle email. Email issues can be problematic and stressful. OWA can be a headache. But, with office, Microsoft takes care of everything for you! Multiple plans to fit your need. Decent support though it's been getting a little worse with support lately. Office app bundle online, and apps online are great. One, you get to stay up to date with the newest office.
Skype is a decent communication tool, has everything you need.
Comes with onedrive storage cloud storage Backups are handled by them, so that takes more stress off. All in all, for us a smaller business , this move was the smartest, as email is extremely important today. You want some provider that guarantees uptime, security, and easability. Pros Being a small IT team, we don't have a huge team to tackle email. Cons Support. So they recently took off email support. They also don't allow you to close tickets anymore.
The people that call you can be too basic, they make you run through basic scripts they read on their screen they dont know the problem, they just read what they are given. Eventually you get someone who knows what they are doing, but that can take some time. Everything else is decent though, havent have major issues, no major down times, while support can be difficult, they eventually do get the problem solved. I'd definitely recommend if you are thinking about it. In the business world, there really is no alternative to Office at this time. Google and other competitors are getting closer, but they still don't match the selection and power of Office Office installs quickly, offers a wide selection of tools, and integrates well across the product line.
OneDrive has changed the way that I store important work file on my computer. Knowing there is an online backup is reassuring. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook are what you expect, but with the subscription model you have the comfort of knowing you have the very latest version of each program as it is updated.
The online portal also gives you access to the programs from remote locations, making working from home a breeze. I also like that Microsoft is using Office as an umbrella of sorts for their business products. Seeing SharePoint, Dynamics , Teams, and Yammer in the same portal of Office gives the perception that they are all part of one product family. Cons By using portal. However, even if an admin has limited your use of an app, it still shows on the site.
For example Microsoft Teams seems like a great tool. However, to get full use out of it, you need to have a group created to form the team. If an admin had prohibited you from creating a group, you still see MS Teams even though you cant use its main functionality. Both storage solutions offered by Microsoft and Google sync great and are accessible through a desktop app, web browser, and mobile device.
We constantly run into permission issues with OneDrive sharing. The obvious con is that Microsoft could make the Office suite better I dont know if we will ever stop complaining about features and functions of Word, Excel and PowerPoint. However, they are the standard in business for now Google Suite and some other tools are creeping in.
O is the gold standard, right? Yes, there are other spreadsheet composition apps you can use but they're all compared to Excel. The measuring stick for how a word processor or document editor holds up is how similar it is to Word. PowerPoint is such an industry standard that people use it to describe a sequence of slides prepared for presentations even when the creator used a different piece of software. And so on. Pros O is the gold standard, right? Tier 1 help desk stuff is our bread and butter. So, if a client's Outlook is being weird or whatever, it's me who calls.
Not them. First they want to make sure I am who I say I am. Clarifying that the person who originally purchased the license has outsourced his IT department to us is insufficient - sometimes I have to log in to their admin portal and send an email as whatshisname to tech support to tell them to trust me. After we get through all of that, the tech working on the issue insists on going back through the troubleshooting process starting from Step 1, no matter how much of that I've already done in the hope that I could resolve the issue without calling him in the first place.
Like I said, I've never opened a ticket that couldn't be eventually closed with a desirable resolution. But I do know one client in particular a lawyer who wanted to litigate over a problem that took literally days to fix, was ultimately Microsoft's fault, and the solution for which was to just delete and reinstall the software, which is what I wanted to do in the first place but was explicitly told not to by the tech who took my ticket.
So there is that. Cheap, easy to manage, and capable office productivity software. Pros Office brings so many excellent features to "boring" productivity programs. First, the syncing of files across machines, accounts, and cloud storage is brilliant. I can't believe we used to email files. Second, the stability of programs is greatly improved. Office , as a subscription service, gives us constant updates, which is great for bug-fixes, feature improvements, and new capabilities.
Third, the integration into the Microsoft ecosystem is great. We already use Outlook and OneDrive, so now that we only have to pay a single price for all these services spiraled into one is great. Fourth, look and feel. Office looks so much better than it used to. Not only does our work look better, but on a daily basis we gripe much less than we used to about the ugly windows we stare at for hours.
Fifth and final, Office is just so easy to manage. No more worries about compatibility issues after an upgrade. No more worries about onboarding new accounts, or even waiting for installation from the admin. It's just so easy now.
Cons Office has some glaring bugs that have just never been fixed. For example, if a file is synced to an off-site location whether that be in the cloud, a network drive, etc , and the web connection gets interrupted or is not stable, there can be sync issues which lead to conflicting versions of the same file. This is an easy issue to avoid, but it has bitten us a few times. Over all, the biggest con is just some ugly bugs that seem to endure. Office brings me the feeling of a modern and digital way of working. The real time collaboration on documents ability is something most organisations could benefit from.
Since we started using Office at work, we have managed to reduce sending file attachments and instead collaborate on documents. This makes our work way easier and simpler. Pros I have never had so much fun with office programs until my boss upgraded us to Office from Office Imagine having all your office solutions installed in the cloud and being able to work from any where and with any device.
You only need to ensure you have an internet connection and login details of your account. From my personal experience in my career, your documents and files are safer in the cloud than elsewhere. The ability to collaborate on documents should be one of my most favorite things about Office You can create a document, share with your others, and edit the same document in real time - it doesn't create different version of the same document.
And In case you need to go back to an older version of a document, the app has the ability to create versions of documents. Cons The downside of Office is that it requires some sort of learning curve before you start using it. In order for everyone to be able to welcome the new way of working, the employees need some training in order to incorporate and utilize most of the features that come with it.
Otherwise it can be expensive for an organisation to acquire the app and fail to utilize most of its benefits. Generally, Office is a complete and powerful tool suite which is useful for a huge range of office tasks from knocking up a quick sign or notice to crafting huge documents and manuals with input from whole teams of people. In some situations the OneDrive integration is very useful and can be a great tool for collaboration or releasing documents to customers and keeping them up to date. It has gotten to the point where it is hard to imagine the modern office with Office.
Pros I like the focus on ease of use that has become apparent. Office has always been an extremely powerful tool, but in recent years Microsoft has really taken steps toward making it more usable. The initially-maligned Ribbons are actually a great UI element which gives quick access to the most commonly used functions, with more popular or frequently-used options being given larger icons so they they are quick to find and easy to hit.
The right-click menu also houses some very common functions - for example, cropping image is as simple as right-clicking on it and clicking the 'Crop' button which appears. Cons I am constantly asked if I want to link with and save to OneDrive even in situations in which I don't want to do this like at work where we have an existing file server system.
There are areas in which the streamlining of features appears to have gone too far, such as in the Save menu. Here in my opinion it takes too many clicks to reach the file browser so I can select the folder I want to save in. For most uses that is still the best interface and I would prefer to have it appear straight away by default.
When I need to do something new, first I look if it can be done in office before looking for other software for it. Pros I've been a Microsoft Office user since I have memory of using a computer and that's a little over 20 years. The Office package has only improved over the years. It has a greater number of functions, which means that you practically do not need another program to work, make presentations, analyze data, and everything you may need in your work. Office also has online features, like Sharepoint, wich helps a lot when you work with your team in the cloud.
Also the synergy between skype and outlook to arrange meetings is really amazing. I appreciate in Outlook is the search window. Finally it is very easy to search among all the emails. And if you like almost everyone in these times have to navigate among thousands of emails, this was more than necessary. The most obvious thing to note between office and office is the change in design.
Everything is cleaner and clearer. The options are easier to find but the difference is not so drastic as to lose familiarity. Cons Sometimes the positive thing that gives us all the time features also makes some other things very complex. For example, word is still problematic with simple things, and the way to solve these problems is usually very complicated, having to resort to a YouTube guide for example.
Overall, I think that there are many more pros than cons. For a non-profit organization such as mine, I truly believe in this program and the concept behind being able to share docs and sheets with other users. If you are going to use this software when you are not able to get online, Office is by far the greatest program to purchase. Although there are other programs that cost less, the value of the program is worth the extra cost if a company, student, or person can afford it.
Pros This product is very widely used. The biggest pro of this software is the way in which you can share the spreadsheets online with Google Docs. This simply makes this program the top of the line program. It is nice to be able to create a document or spreadsheet, then share it and not have to email the files and then have others do the same. The convenience aspect is huge with my organization and it is by far the greatest thing about the program. Cons This software is quite expensive. I do not like this simply because you can use the same software type for free if used online only. Therefore, the price is too high for most students and casual users.
This is the only con to this product as everything else about it is outstanding. It has happened to all of us - in the middle of a long, tedious project, the computer being used crashes and hours worth of work is lost. OneDrive, Microsoft's cloud storage app, is integrated with Office , including a generous allotment of free data storage amount of free storage available varies per subscription plan. OneDrive can even be set as the default storage location for Office to use when saving your hard work, which can then be accessed anywhere, anytime, from any networked device with a web browser.
Never again forget the thumb drive with your presentation on it, never again lose your work because of a computer crash, all while freeing up precious local storage space. Stuck in a waiting room for an appointment? No problem, work on that PowerPoint you have a deadline for coming up soon.
Commuting by train to work? Pull out your mobile device and perfect that Word document you were working on yesterday. Boss or coworker needs to see data collected thus far and entered into an Excel spreadsheet? Share a link to the spreadsheet you have saved in the cloud on OneDrive - and lock it down so no changes can be made if you want, or open it up for real-time collaboration. Office not only offers the ability to preserve your hard work, saving your sanity, it also frees your work to turbo-charge productivity.
Pros it is cloud-based, so it is impervious to machine hardware or software crashes. Also, as it is cloud based, Office also is available to the user for use via any terminal on any device at any time - no key, downloads, or time-consuming install required. All that is required is an online device and a web browser. Cons Subscription-based price structure, with pricing on a per-user basis requiring an annual commitment, which can get expensive, quick. It's not worth it just for OneDrive, but if you need at least one other item too, it's a great deal, with great quality and extensive enterprise features.
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