Posted by: Admin on Nov 29, 2007 - 12:13 PM
Do you like to pay for goods others get for free? If your answer is: NO, please, read follow. We would like to introduce OpenOffice.org 2.3 - complete office applications suite and an excellent (and free) alternative to Microsoft Office.
Linux Identity Office magazine comes with an especially prepared DVD, containing the newest version of OpenOffice.org and additional hot stuff. There are installation files for different operating systems: Microsoft Windows, Linux, Solaris and Mac OS X, to be found on DVD. Templates, tutorials, selected OOo extensions and tools for developers complement this set.
To make start with OpenOffice.org easy, we prepared many articles explaining an installation process and particular applications usage.
If you ever worked with Microsoft Office, you will find OpenOffice.org offering most of functionalities you are familiar with. Moreover, you still can open and save your files in Microsoft Office formats and exchange them with Microsoft Office users!
OpenOffice.org contains Base – a Relational Database Management Systems. Remember to install a Java support to your operating system prior to using Base application.
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