"It has been almost three years since the release of
OpenOffice.org 2.0. During that time we've seen community
fragmentation and frustration resulting from Sun's heavy
involvement with the office suite's development, and even a
third-party online version that provides editing and collaboration
features. Now, the open-source office suite is back with a new 3.0
beta release, ushering in a handful of major enhancements, broader
file format support, and a solid batch of evolutionary new
features. Ars Technica takes the new beta for a spin to see if our
"Enhancements have been made across the board to
OpenOffice.org's various components..."
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