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    chandrakr@pm.me commented  · 

    One of the difficulties in converting from Google/Microsoft to Proton is the lack of an integrated suite of document, spreadsheet, and presentation software. Proton Press (Word/Docs equivalent), Proton Present (Powerpoint/Slides), and Proton Hyper (Excel/Sheets) would be very useful. I am a software engineer and would love to help.

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