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Since I mentioned Google Docs as an approach, I'm sort of obligated to mention that there are some significant disadvantages. Google Docs runs inside your browser, not as a separate app. If you have two docs to look at, you'll have two open browser windows (or more if you're surfing or waiting for something to happen. If your browser crashes or hangs, there goes your report.

The following article is written for Macheads, but the commentary on the problems of doing reports with a web browser, rather than a stand-alone app holds for any user.

<http://www.macworld.com/article/146155/2010/03/nogoogledocs.html? lsrc=nl_mwweek_t_cbstories>

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