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Freeware App: OpenOffice.org



August 5th, 2008 09:50 am | by Ed |

Openoffice.org is an application suite that does everything that Microsoft Office does except drain your wallet.

Whether it's word processing, spreadsheets, database needs, graphics, and PowerPoint presentations that you need, OpenOffice.org does everything that Microsoft Office does and it´s FREE!!!!

It can open your old Microsoft Office and word files and you can save your work in OpenDocument format or in Word, Excel, and Powerpoint formats for compatibility with Microsoft Office users

This one is definitely worth getting!

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3 Comments

  1. Steveway on 12.08.2008 at 14:53 (Reply)


    OO.o is NOT freeware. OO.o is open-source-software, that means that the source-code is freely-avaiable. The source-code of freeware is not avaiable that is closed-source-software. Learn the difference before posting something like this on a blog.

    1. Ed on 12.08.2008 at 19:38 (Reply)


      It’s not freeware? That’s funny since I define freeware as software for which there is no cost or payment required to obtain it.

      Is OpenOffice.org free? I call your attention to

      http://why.openoffice.org/why_free.html

      OpenOffice.org is free software

      you may download OpenOffice.org completely free of any licence fees
      install it on as many PCs as you like
      use it for any purpose – private, educational, government and public administration, commercial…
      pass on copies free of charge to family, friends, students, employees, etc.

      In my strictly laymans opinion, that sounds like freeware to me.

      You are correct about one thing though, in order to be micrometer precice, I suppose I should have called it “Freeware Open Source Software”.

      I guess I didn’t feel like typing it that way on that day. In any event, the message is the same. You can download and use the software for free.

    2. Ed on 12.08.2008 at 19:41 (Reply)


      BTW- I neglected to address the last line of your comment:

      Learn the difference before posting something like this on a blog.

      It’s my blog and I’ll bloody well post what I bleeding want to and I’ll not be asking your holiness’s approval first.

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