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Old Jan 4, 2013, 05:16 PM   #51
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512 MB RAM is the maximum RAM of the clamshell iBooks, and 500 MHz+ is required for MS Office 2008 .

Tiger can run MS Office 2008, though. Hopefully, I'll get the school to stop using .docx and switch to the Open Document Format ... Plenty of students I know can't afford Word.

The TiBook needs to run some bloated web-apps, as well.
My old middle school required office 08' but they then switched back to 04
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Old Jan 18, 2013, 06:19 PM   #52
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Be careful when you open the back up that the ceramic like trim surrounding the headphone jack doesn't split - I opened mine up and it split because there was tension in the hinge spring

-- Always open the laptop so the screen is at 90 degrees and put the screen over the side of a table or something --

If you open the back with the screen shut it will split
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