5.09.2008

OpenOffice 3 Beta Supports Office 2007 Format

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No money to buy software like Microsoft Office to do your work? Well there's an other alternative way to do your office work. OpenOffice 3 Beta is an open source software which you can get it free on the net.

What is so great about this OpenOffice?

Well firstly, of cause it's free! You don't have to waste your money Microsoft office because OpenOffice 3 Beta now supports Microsoft Office 2007 format which means OpenOffice can read your Office 2007 documents.

OpenOffice have just released the first public beta of OpenOffice 3, a Microsoft Office like suite of programs that works across all platforms.

While the current beta of OpenOffice 3 doesn’t support PDF editing yet, it does include lot of new feature including the ability to read and edit Microsoft Office 2007 files formats.

OpenOffice.org has also said that PDF editing features will become available soon via a PDF Import extension that’s currently under development.

OpenOffice.org 3.0 Download | Release Notes | Public Announcement

Well you can read more about it here.

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    1 comments to "OpenOffice 3 Beta Supports Office 2007 Format"

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    May 9, 2008 at 10:14 PM

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