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[News] KOffice and ODF Are Spreading to Telephones

  • Subject: [News] KOffice and ODF Are Spreading to Telephones
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 18 Sep 2009 14:52:06 +0100
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KOffice to be Used in Next Generation Smart Phone

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| Today Thomas Zander from Nokia announced in a blog 
| (http://labs.trolltech.com/blogs/2009/09/17/office-
| viewer-...) that Nokia will be using KOffice as the core 
| of the office viewer of Maemo 5.
| "The KOffice community is very happy to see this 
| development", says Inge Wallin, marketing coordinator of 
| KOffice. "It shows that our long and persistent work on 
| compatibility and adaptibility within KOffice has paid off 
| and is visible to outside viewers."


KOffice To Be Used In Next Generation Smart Phone



KOffice 2.1 beta 2 released

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| The KOffice team is happy to announce the second Beta of the
| upcoming 2.1 release that implement the KOffice 2 vision. The
| KOffice community has now switched from adding new features to
| fixing the remaining bugs. As can be seen in the full changelog
| the bugfixing is very active in all parts of the suite.


KOffice 2.1 Beta 2 Released


KOffice - A powerful office suite

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| If you're running your favorite Linux distro with a KDE desktop and
| occasionally use an office suite to create documents, you may want to take a
| look at KOffice.


KOffice 2.0

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| More than a year after KDE 4.0 unveiled a radically revised desktop, KOffice
| 2.0 is preparing to release an equally revised office suite, which should be
| released before this article is published (KOffice 2.0-RC-1 was released in
| April 2009).


Reviewed: KOffice 2.0

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| We grabbed the Kubuntu version of the software from official sources and
| installed it on a fairly standard Dell laptop. We experienced quite a few
| problems trying to run it under Gnome, but switching to KDE (as you'd expect)
| made things a lot more stable. KOffice's launch speed is comparable with that
| of OpenOffice.org 3.1, and its rendering is beautifully smooth, even when
| shifting around large blended objects.

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