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AbiWord Version 2.6.5 Works With Word 2007 and OpenOffice Writer

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AbiWord has been my favorite open source word processor for a long time, and it's now out in a new version 2.6.5, which adds some excellent features. If you haven't used this application (for Windows or Linux) before, definitely download it, and if you already use it, go for the upgrade.

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OpenOffice.org 3.0 is an incremental improvement

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OpenOffice.org 3.0, which is being released today, is not the great leap forward in look and feel that version 2.0 represented, but it justifies its label as a major release with dozens of changes, some major, some minor, but in all more than can be easily summarized.

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Bordeaux 1.4 Released with Microsoft Office 2003 support

Bordeaux 1.4 was released today and its a  significant upgrade over the prior 1.2 release, version 1.4 comes with support for Microsoft Office 2003, Visio 2003 and Project 2003. Version 1.4 has improved Office 2000 menu support and Cellar support fixes.

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Submitted by twickline on Fri, 08/01/2008 - 14:37
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Hey everyone!

On behalf of http://www.wine-reviews.net/ we would like to welcome you to our new home. We still need to finish a few things up like the FAQs and the Links page, but for the most part this site is done. Every post that was posted on the old blog has been transferred to this new site.

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Submitted by twickline on Thu, 07/03/2008 - 11:23
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Microsoft Office Says ODF Files Are Corrupt

http://boycottnovell.com

Microsoft Office possibly scares users who try to open ODF in Microsoft Office.

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Integration of Marble virtual desktop globe into KOffice 2

http://www.kdedevelopers.org

Simon Schmeisser has managed to integrate Marble (a geographical map widget) as a Flake Shape into KPresenter. As a flake shape you can change the map according to your liking even after it has been embedded into the KOffice application.

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OpenOffice 3.0 promises to bash Office

http://www.techworld.com

Microsoft’s Office suite could have plausible challenger on the desktop for the first time since Lotus gave up trying to take on Redmond a decade ago.

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KOfficeSource - professional KOffice and ODF services

http://www.kofficesource.com

KOfficeSource GmbH will offer professional services around the open source OpenDocument-based KOffice office suite. KOfficeSource GmbH will allow KOffice to be used in companies and organizations that demand high quality support and training for OpenDocument deployment. KOfficeSource GmbH will initially offer the following services to the market: migration and conversion to OpenDocument, consulting around the OpenDocument Format, training on OpenDocument and KOffice, customization of KOffice, custom programming.

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Nifty OpenOffice.org extensions

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Apparently, the only thing that stopped developers from creating useful OpenOffice.org extensions was the lack of a place to publish them. With the launch of the OpenOffice.org Extension Repository, the number of extensions listed there has shot up, and there are no signs of a slowdown. Although quantity doesn't always mean quality, the repository already offers a few nifty extensions that can expand the functionality of OpenOffice.org and make your work more efficient.

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KWord - The Lightweight Word Processing Power Tool

http://www.linuxplanet.com

OpenOffice.org is the darling of the FOSS office suites, and it is a nice suite. It's cross-platform, and OpenOffice.org Writer is a first-rate word processor with a lot of advanced features. But it's not the only good option for Linux users: Abiword and KWord are excellent lightweight word processors with good feature sets, and both are licensed under the GPL. All three are wonderful. In this two-part series we're going to dig into KWord 1.6, and mine some of its hidden jewels.

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OpenISO.org Review of OOXML - Call For Participation

http://openiso.org

Norbert Bollow, founder of OpenISO.org, has just released the OpenISO.org Call For Participation for creating a "problem report" document about OOXML, that can help ISO/IEC national member bodies with evaluating whether the changes that will be decided at the OOXML "Ballot Resolution Meeting" (BRM) in February are sufficient to address OOXML's most serious problems.

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KDE's Windows weapon: KOffice 2.0

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While the industry is distracted by the ongoing tussle between Microsoft and OpenOffice.org over document formats, the KDE project is quietly preparing the next generation of its own office suite, KOffice, for Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X.

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Running from Open Source: or how my ’school’ is avoiding Open Office implementation

http://alternativenayk.wordpress.com

I have a real open source crisis at my hands. My ’school’ IT department has been pushing for the implementation of Microsoft Office 2007 in our 60 machines. The funny thing is, since our IT head is also our supplier, he too is pushing for this because he probably gets a commission. I’m the only one who has offered an alternative, Open Office, naturally.

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The Road to KDE 4: KDE PIM Libraries and Related Technologies

http://dot.kde.org

KDE PIM project has been quietly gaining corporate acceptance as a suitable enterprise suite. Today's feature are the libraries that power the KDE PIM project, and specifically, what changes have taken place since KDE 3.5.x, wherein the KDE PIM project is one of the most successful and stable components of KDE.

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