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[News] Big Welcome to OpenOffice.org 3.2, Lotus 3.0 Release is Near Too

  • Subject: [News] Big Welcome to OpenOffice.org 3.2, Lotus 3.0 Release is Near Too
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 12 Feb 2010 23:05:06 +0000
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OpenOffice.org 3.2 is First Out of the Blocks in the 2010 Office Software Race 


OpenOffice.org 3.2.0 released today 


OpenOffice 3.2: more stability, more speed

,----[ Quote ]
| The OpenOffice team have made version 3.2 
| of the open source office suite for 
| Windows, Mac OS, Linux and Solaris 
| available to download. It offers numerous 
| enhancements over its predecessor which 
| offer both stability and speed benefits. 
| Writer and Calc, for example, should now 
| start twice as fast as in version 3.1.1.
| Improved Microsoft Office filters now make 
| it possible to open protected Word, Excel 
| and PowerPoint files (after entering the 
| correct password). The project tem has also 
| improved compatibility with the 
| OpenDocument standard.


OpenOffice 3.2 is on tap

,----[ Quote ]
| Improvements in the latest release of the 
| open source office suite include faster 
| start-ups, improved compatibility with 
| other office programs, and several new 
| features (with special attention to the 
| Calc spreadsheet program.)


The latest version of Openoffice is out 


11.1 office:database

,----[ Quote ]
| The Open Document Format for Office 
| Applications (OpenDocument) format defines 
| an XML file format for office applications.


How to Open an ODF File


How To Open ODF Files In MS Word, Excel And Powerpoint


Translation From MS-Speak to English of Selected Portions of Tony Rossâ âDistributed Extensibility Submissionâ


Git repository access available!

,----[ Quote ]
| Since its beginning the lpOD project has 
| provided regular snapshots of important 
| milestones. Today we are happy to open the 
| access to our Git repository! It is now 
| possible for anyone to check out our 
| developments live.


Symphony 3.0 beta signals IBM attack on Office

,----[ Quote ]
| IBM/Lotus took another stab at Microsoft 
| Office, releasing a beta 2 version of 
| Symphony 3.0, its free suite of 
| productivity applications.


IBM Lotus Symphony 3 Beta 2 is now available



Open Office 3.2.0 Final Released

,----[ Quote ]
| Open Office 3.2.0 Final has been released and
| is currently distributed to mirror ftp
| servers worldwide to ensure a smooth delivery
| once the release notifications will be added
| to the projectâs homepage. Five release
| candidates and numerous betas have made
| available before the developerâs of Open
| Office decided to release the final version
| of the Office suite.
| There are lots of changes and improvements
| over Open Office 3.1.1, the current stable
| build that is still offered at the Open
| Office website.


Has the Irresistible Rise of OpenOffice.org Begun?

,----[ Quote ]
| What's interesting about these figures â
| particularly the high numbers in certain
| countries â is that it takes OpenOffice.org
| into the same kind of market-share territory
| that Firefox occupied a few years back. Which
| raises two interesting questions. First, are
| we seeing the start of the same kind of
| growth trajectory, and secondly, how can the
| open source community help propel it along
| that graph more rapidly?


New: OpenOffice.org 3.2.0 Release Candidate 4 (build OOO320_m11) available

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