Friday, November 23, 2007

EVERYTHING BUT THE KITCHEN SINK

If you’re getting ready to upgrade your word processing, spreadsheet, database, paint, or presentation software at home or at work, you may want to take a look at OpenOffice.org, because it gives all the above to you at no cost:

“OpenOffice.org is a multiplatform and multilingual office suite and an open-source project. Compatible with all other major office suites, the product is free to download, use, and distribute.”

Need more convincing?

“What's so great about OpenOffice.org?
• no commercial licences or software compliance issues to worry about
• no language barriers - if it's not yet available in your language, the chances are it will be soon
• available on all major computing platforms
• the roots of OpenOffice.org go back twenty years, creating a huge wealth of experience
• hundreds of thousands of users have participated in the beta testing of version 2
with a fully open development process, OpenOffice.org has nothing to hide - the
product stands or falls on its reputation
• the software looks and feels familiar and is instantly usable by anyone who has used a competitive product
• it is easy to change to OpenOffice.org - the software reads all major competitors' files
• OpenOffice.org is supported by a global community of friendly volunteers, only too happy to provide assistance to newcomers and advanced users alike”

More good news: available for Windows, Mac, Linux, and UNIX users. For further specs, plus download instructions:

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