By chhandomay on Feb 24, 2009
- the free office suite -- Bukisa, 2/17
The blogger provided an overview of OpenOffice.org including its history of origin, community surrounding this free open source software product and its different features. He recommended trying the product as " you could replace Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat - saving hundreds of dollars."
|2. OpenOffice 3:
Compatible - and Pretty -- My Mp3 Player, 2/17
Touting OpenOffice as the "initiate spring challenger to Microsoft Office," the blogger announced that the OpenOffice.org looked bigger than ever. According to him, OpenOffice.org 3 was the "best, clever and most widely compatible software ever."
3. Taking Your Microsoft Office Templates, and Making Them Available in OpenOffice.org or StarOffice -- OpenOffice.org Training, Tips, and Ideas, 2/16
An OpenOffice.org and StarOffice instructor showed multiple ways of using Microsoft Office templates in OpenOffice.org and StarOffice.
4. How To Install An OpenOffice Dictionary Manually -- Xual - dedicated to users, 2/11
Sometimes the wizard to install dictionaries did not work for Xual, so she went ahead and presented a step by step guide on how to manually add a dictionary in OpenOffice.org.
5. OpenOffice is the best free open source Microsoft Office alternative -- Using Windows Blog, 2/10
The blogger was very frustrated with Microsoft Word's drawing capabilities. She tried OpenOffice Draw, and felt "an all new appreciation for the OpenOffice suite." The blogger found it a very well put together application and recommended trying this office suite.
6. OpenOffice.org: Tom's Budget Software Pick -- Tom's Macs Blog (About.com:Macs), 2/7
Tom Nelson noted that the OpenOffice.org suite had transformed itself into a more pleasant experience by adding a native OS X Aqua interface. Tom also noticed that one of the best things about OpenOffice.org was that it was a free open source application, thus saving hundreds of dollars to run a fully functional and highly productive office suite on the Mac.