"This article has been written because I think there is a lack
of information about KOffice available. At a recent tradeshow it
was apparent many people had adopted OpenOffice as a de-facto
standard without realising there is a powerful alternative that is
better integrated with KDE.
"Whilst I won't pretend that KOffice has reached the same level
of maturity as OpenOffice but it is extremely usable. The 1.3
release makes substantial improvements but to make further progress
the project needs both users and developers.
"Lack of users means relatively little testing and no feedback
to the developers. KOffice has now reached the stage where it has a
mature core and is usable for many everyday tasks. Please read this
review and, if it has the features you need, consider trying out
one or two applications. You never know, you might like it...!"
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