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On Tuesday, I asked Gizmodo readers why they’re still using Microsoft Word. And a lot of people answered the call. Like, hundreds of people expressed some rather powerful opinions about the aging office tool—so many that I had to share some of the best.

Before we dig into readers’ thoughts and scoldings, let’s get one thing straight: Using Word is not always a voluntary thing. Despite the software’s recent security scares, it’s still the go-to word processor for a lot of companies and probably will be for years to come. In certain industries, like publishing, you’re basically laughed out the door if you deal in anything but .doc files.

In other words, being able to work with a cloud-based tool like Google Docs is often a privilege. Meanwhile, open source software like LibreOffice provides a user experience that’s damn close to Word, but that doesn’t matter if your employer won’t let you install it. All that said, some people still really, really like Microsoft Word. These are their stories.

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