Like this site?
Please consider making a donation to keep it free!
Spam Blocking Library
Let us Submit Your Website to 66+ Search Engines Fast!
Open Office Components...
>>> Click thumbnails below to view full-size screenshots >>>
DRAW - from a quick sketch to a complex
plan, DRAW gives you the tools to communicate with graphics and
diagrams. It won't organise or edit your digital photo's as well as
other programs but if you need to create a diagram, picture or
illustration then you'll be glad to have it.
IMPRESS is a truly outstanding tool for creating effective multimedia
presentations. Your presentations will stand out with 2D and 3D clip
art, special effects animation, and high-impact drawing tools.
OpenOffice Writer is at the
heart of the suite. It's a sophisticated Word Processing and document
layout program with all of the features mentioned below and a few more
of its own.
The spreadsheet program you've
always wanted! Newcomers find it intuitive and easy to learn;
professional data miners and number crunchers will appreciate the
comprehensive range of advanced functions.
The new way to access databases. New to Version 2, BASE enables you
to manipulate database data seamlessly within OpenOffice.org. Create and
modify tables, forms, queries, and reports, either using your own
database or BASE’s own built-in HSQL database engine. BASE offers a
choice of using Wizards, Design Views, or SQL Views for beginners,
intermediate, and advanced users.
Create equations and formulae for your documents:
MATH is OpenOffice.org's component for mathematical equations. It is
most commonly used as an equation editor for text documents, but it can
also be used with other types of documents or stand-alone. When used
inside WRITER, the equation is treated as an object inside the text
document. Similarly, one can also insert these into other OpenOffice.org
programs like CALC and IMPRESS.
Using MATH, there are three main ways of entering a formula:
Type markup in the equation editor.
Right-click on the equation editor and select the symbol from the
Select a symbol from the Selection toolbox.
What Does OpenOffice Do?
The suite covers pretty much everything you need with a word processor,
spreadsheet, presentation software, equation editor and a drawing
program. It opens most major formats such as MS Office almost flawlessly
(Macros aren't converted), saves to PDF, has comprehensive help, and
spell-checking in 15 languages. Major features:
The Entire Suite:
OpenOffice is a
powerful yet simple environment for your work. All of the features in
this section are used throughout the suite and help to give it a unique
character. The ability to import and export many different types of
documents and templates in a huge range of formats from HTML to MS
Office. You can work seamlessly with your colleagues, school or
friends, no matter what computer you use. Although we think the
OpenOffice Open File Formats are technically superior many people are
still locked into other products so you can set OpenOffice to use any
other file format by default if you wish. Runs natively on almost every
version of Windows.
Vastly enhanced printing capabilities and
options over all platforms, with extras like 'Print to PDF' under UNIX.
If you want to see all that work in hard copy, OpenOffice will take care
of it for you; or if you want to go for the 'paperless office' you can
create 'digital paper' PDF files that can be read on practically
anything. OpenOffice is all about bringing this sort of sophisticated,
expensive functionality to the ordinary user.
you through creating complex documents. Do you know what to do but
aren't sure how to do it? Let the autopilot help. It'll ask you a few
simple questions before creating a template for you to use again and
again. Impress everyone with your brilliant skills, but don't let them
know it was the autopilot!
Here To Download The Latest Build For Windows - 150 MB.
Download the Easy Set-Up Manual
February 23, 2014
More information and builds for operating systems other than Windows
See a Flash Presentation about
OpenOffice here >>
Like this site? Consider making
a donation to keep it free!