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Apache OpenOffice

Take an open-source approach to office productivity.

5 stars Editor's rating on Oct. 15, 2012
4 stars Users' rating out of 1995 reviews
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Apache OpenOffice

Open-source office productivity suite with Microsoft Office compatibility.

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Free TrueType Code 39 Barcode Font

Use and print numeric bar codes for your personal use.

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Office, iWork, Drive, and OpenOffice: Which productivity suite is right for you?

You have several software options when you need to create a document or build a slideshow. We help you figure out which one best fits your needs.

By Mar. 28, 2014


OpenOffice 2

OpenOffice 2, the freeware version of Sun Microsystems StarOffice 8, is a great deal for home and small-businesses users who don't mind browsing online forums for tech support. But enterprise users are better served by StarOffice 8.

By Dec. 7, 2005

3 stars Editor's rating Dec. 7, 2005

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Oracle 'donates' OpenOffice to Apache foundation

Oracle cedes control of the OpenOffice.org code base to the Apache Software Foundation Incubator project.

By Jun. 1, 2011


Oracle bypassed: Programmers fork OpenOffice

OpenOffice.org fans strike out on their own with the Document Foundation and LibreOffice--without Oracle's backing.

By Sep. 28, 2010


Why is OpenOffice "profoundly sick"?

By retaining too much corporate control over OpenOffice, Sun is inhibiting its development.

By Dec. 30, 2008


When choice is bad: The OpenOffice ribbon

The answer shouldn't always be "Make it a choice!" Good design is often (indeed is usually) about constraining choice rather than expanding it.

By Aug. 10, 2009


Malaysia moves to OpenOffice

OpenOffice has won the hearts and pocketbook of the State of Pahang in Malaysia.

By Aug. 26, 2008


Google embrace OpenOffice? Probably not

Could Google benefit from a stronger OpenOffice? Perhaps. Google could invest a tremendous amount of resources to improve OpenOffice, but with the same amount of resources it could come up with a pretty killer Google Docs offering. So why bother with O

By Jun. 5, 2008


Sun opens up OpenOffice

Sun is opening up the OpenOffice project to outside contributors in new ways.

By Oct. 5, 2007


Microsoft seeks to take crumbs from OpenOffice

Microsoft, not content with 95 percent of the office productivity market, appears to want to take an additional few percentage points from OpenOffice.

By Jul. 22, 2009