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Review Pra-Rilis OOo 3.0
- OpenOffice.org Grows Up oleh Jason Brooks, 2008-10-02 eWeek.com Nine years after Sun Microsystems bought StarOffice, the resulting OpenOffice.org project is ready to roll out its 3.0 release. Enhanced format compatibility and features put it on par with Microsoft Office.
- OpenOffice 3: a preview oleh Prashant Rao Express India OpenOffice is free, and for organizations that want to stay legal and yet provide an office suite to all their workers. it is an excellent solution. A mixed environment with power users on Office 2007 and the rest on OpenOffice works well, as some of India?s biggest banks and BPO outfits have found out to their advantage.
Review OOo 2
PC Pro Magazine mengirimkan komentarnya pada versi 2:
Our pick of the low-cost office suites has had a much-needed
overhaul, and now battles Microsoft in terms of features, not just
OpenOffice.org 2 mendapatkan pada Issue 135, Jan 06. Reviewer majalah menyimpulkan: OpenOffice jelas tidak kekurangan fitur dibandingkan dengan penguasa pasar dan sebagian besar dari fitur-fitur yang mudah digunakan berasal dari kebiasaan orang terhadap Microsoft Office dibandingkan dengan masalah dengan program itu sendiri. Dengan kondisi seperti ini, Anda harus mencoba penawaran OpenOffice sebelum mendonasikan UKP100 atau lebih pada tawaran Microsoft. Lagipula, ini gratis.
Review OOo 2.0
- OpenOffice.org 2.3 Impresses oleh Tiffany Maleshefski, November 28, 2007 eWeek.com Review: OpenOffice.org 2.3 sports a nifty set of feature improvements, but the suite's sweetest features remain its low cost (free) and its strikingly broad platform support.
- Open-source a software alternative Krysten Appelbaum, 10/21/07 College Publisher Network OpenOffice.org is, as the name would suggest, a full open-source suite of office programs. Every program a student ever needs is in here, from a writing program to a presentation creator similar to PowerPoint.
- Spreadsheets Are Free John Edwards, August 02, 2007 CFO.com Liberated from license fees, Calc can be downloaded and installed on as many PCs as you please.
- Users' Guide: A free Office alternative? Sweet oleh Etan Horowitz, Saturday, July 28, 2007 Orlando Sentinel I was able to do virtually everything I could do in Office, such as create pivot tables from spreadsheets and add animations to slides. If you want free software that operates the most like Microsoft Office, this is it.
- OpenOffice.org 2.2 outstanding free office suite (29/06/2007) IT Reviews Recommended We can't stress enough how impressive this is for a freebie suite. Both Writer and Calc in particular perform admirably compared to full-priced rivals, and Impress and Base are right up there in terms of power and usability.
- OpenOffice Sports All-Around Improvements By Tiffany Maleshefski June 13, 2007, eWeek.com IT managers looking for alternatives to Microsoft Office?particularly those unwilling to make the leap to Office 2007?will find OpenOffice.org 2.2 well worth evaluating because, as the suite offers a good solution for cutting software costs while expanding platform options and minimizing compatibility issues.
- OpenOffice free office software suite By Andrew D. Wright Monday February 26, 2007, The ChronicleHerald OpenOffice.org is a completely free Open Source office software suite that not only can read and write to the various commercial office software file formats, but also writes to the now-standard OpenDocument format.
- Another office oleh Leslie D'Monte 24 Mei 2006, Business Standard This Office Suite can give established players a run for their money ... anyone who wants a feature-rich but free office suite should give this option a try.
- Microsoft Works Suite 2006 Software Review, February 21, 2006 PC Advisor Home users, small businesses and educational facilities on super-tight budgets are now regarding OpenOffice.org as a valid alternative to the dominance of Microsoft's mighty Office Suites.
- Free Office software subs well for costly version oleh Al Fasoldt Sunday, 19 Februari 2006 Syracuse Post Standard I've been using a free alternative to Office for many years, through a number of revisions. The latest version, called OpenOffice, is exceptional in some ways. Considering the price, it's downright outstanding
- Open Office a lot like Microsoft product - and free By Nick Francesco - 19 Februari 2006 Rochester Democrat and Chronicle Open Office (or, as they prefer, OpenOffice.org) is a complete office suite, much like the more familiar Microsoft Office. For those of you who are familiar with Microsoft Office, you'll feel right at home with OpenOffice.org ... Give OpenOffice.org a try. It's free and you can have it loaded on the same computer at the same time as Microsoft Office.
- The latest OpenOffice comes with new file formats and many new features [PDF, 1336 kB] oleh Michael Bona Issue 63: Februari 2006 Linux Magazine All in all, the developers have done a great job with OpenOffice 2.0. This office package can do everything better than its predecessor, just like you would expect of any healthy five-year-old.
- OpenOffice.org 2.0 Has Edge over Its StarOffice 8 Cousin oleh Jason Brooks 21 Oktober 2005 eWeek.com eWEEK Labs' tests of OpenOffice.org 2.0 show that it is an excellent office productivity suite option, particularly in the case of Linux distributions, which typically come bundled with a well-integrated version of the suite.
- Why OpenOffice.org 2.0 Is Your Best Choice Oleh Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols 20 Oktober 2005 eWeek.com OpenOffice.org's price tag: 0. Microsoft Office Professional Edition 2003's list price: $499 new, $329 as an upgrade. Day in and day out office usability? For all practical purposes, they're about the same. So, which would you rather 'buy?'
Preview OOo 2.0
- Migrating to OpenOffice.org 90 per cent cheaper than to Microsoft Office 12 Vol. 11 Issue 23 | 23 September - 6 Oktober 2005 Compterworld The industry's two major office suites, Microsoft Office and OpenOffice.org, will soon be releasing new versions. Recent research into these versions by large government departments indicates that for many sites, it is now 10 times cheaper to migrate to the new OpenOffice.org 2.0 than upgrading to Microsoft Office 12.
- OpenOffice is great alternative to Microsoft oleh Andy Ihnatko, 22 September 2005 Chicago Sun-Times ...you won't use it because you hate Microsoft or because you don't like tying your whole office's (or your government's) ability to function to the proprietary whims of one single company. Maybe you won't even use it just because it'll cost you $0 to Microsoft Office's $365. You'll use it because OpenOffice 2.0 is an attractive and compelling suite of office apps in its own right.
- Openoffice.org 09.06.05 PCMag.com Unlike the slow, clunky original version, version 2.0 of this free productivity suite is surprisingly slick and highly compatible with Microsoft Office file formats. It even offers features not found in its expensive Microsoft counterpart.
- Openoffice.org 2 - a new, improved version that gives Microsoft a run for its money Oleh Cliff Joseph, 22 Juli 2005 Personal Computer World ...there's no doubt version 2 is more than powerful enough for most home and business users and can certainly give Microsoft a run for its money, especially since it's free.
- Open source moves into Microsoft's Office block Oleh Simon London Published: 21 April 2005 03:00 Financial Times The latest incarnation of OpenOffice was last month released for testing by users. Early reviews say it marks a big advance over earlier versions of the free word processing, spreadsheet and presentation package.
- Looking forward to OpenOffice.org 2.0 Joe Brockmeier, 5 Januari 2003, Linux Weekly News From a test of the 1.9.65 build, it's pretty clear that the OpenOffice.org project has a way to go before it's finished. However, this release does provide a pretty good overview of what to expect, and it does look like 2.0 will be a formidable suite when finished.