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OpenOffice meets Vista

The OpenOffice.org Community has released the newest version of the OpenOffice office productivity suite. Version 2.2 is the first to take advantage of the visual improvements in Microsoft Vista, the organizers say. The software also catches up to Microsoft Office in its support for pivot tables, improved SQL editing and the addition of additional trigonometric functions. The text display is also improved, as the software takes advantage of a new kerning technique.
--Posted by Joab Jackson

Posted by Joab Jackson on Apr 04, 2007 at 9:39 AM


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