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Apache OpenOffice

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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.

December 7, 2005

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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 March 28, 2014

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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 June 1, 2011

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OpenOffice.org offshoot LibreOffice debuts

Programmers gave Oracle's OpenOffice a good code-scrubbing to build the LibreOffice 3.3 offshoot. Expect more visible changes with 3.4 later this year.

By January 25, 2011

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OpenOffice's 3.0 release temporarily closes site

Downloading for OpenOffice.org's new suite is in high demand.

By October 13, 2008

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Oracle bypassed: Programmers fork OpenOffice

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

By September 28, 2010

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Does OpenOffice's speed even matter?

The open-source productivity suite of applications has its problems. Speed of performance is far from the most prominent, when you think of its Web-based rivals.

By May 28, 2008

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Are Microsoft Office and OpenOffice irrelevant?

The office suite is a relic of a bygone age--one that may not amount to billions in Microsoft profits for much longer.

By March 30, 2010

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OpenOffice's apparent mission creep

OpenOffice can't even effectively battle Microsoft Office. Why would it even think of taking on Outlook?

By October 14, 2007

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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 August 10, 2009