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@LittleJoeMuc

...and TeX.

LO for spreadsheets, draw and presentations (although up to last week, I was professionally tied to Powerpoint -- good riddance!), and for smaller text documents.
For anything needing multiple figures/equations/references, and for things which take some time to put together or are written collaboratively, it's LaTeX all the way -- it just handles the references better, it knows what vector graphics are, and you can put it in a repository and trace changes.

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That said: I've ben meaning to give OpenOffice a try again at some point. I think it might be able to deal with .eps figures properly, possibly even SVG.

"Properly": Display, print and export them to PDF without mutilating them first in some misguided attempt to also allow the user to edit their contents.

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