SearchEnterpriseLinux: Smart Changes in Latest OpenOffice Upgrade
Feb 06, 2004, 22:00 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Solveig Haugland)
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"It's been a few months since the release of OpenOffice.org 1.1,
and during that time I've been slowly coming to this conclusion:
Some smart people did some good work on this release. It's not just
the big changes; there are some smart little changes as well that
make a big difference.
"First, let's hit the big features that everyone will use.
"What's one of the big issues with OpenOffice.org? Making sure
you can still work with the people who haven't switched yet. Enter
the ability to print to PDF, the non-editable, portable document
format that everyone can read. Whether you want to create a PDF of
your OpenOffice.org document or skip the middle step and just
automatically create a new e-mail document with a PDF of your
OpenOffice.org document attached, you're loaded for bear now if you
want to send around non-editable versions of your OpenOffice.org
documents to anyone. That includes Microsoft Office users,
WordPerfect users, WordStar users--anyone..."