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LinuxmacOSMicrosoft Windows. Retrieved 3 December Apache OpenOffice Writer 4. Retrieved 27 June Retrieved from " https: We're OK with not being super cool Archived from the original on 7 December A word processor analogous to Microsoft Word and WordPerfect. Apache Incubator mailing list.
Retrieved 28 April Designed from the start as a single piece of software, it has a consistency other products cannot match. Retrieved 22 August Archived from the original on 18 April Retrieved 26 December Comments and User Reviews. Between October and July the project had no release manager. It is tempting to give the response, 'It will be released when it is ready'. In Septemberthe majority  openofdice of outside OpenOffice.
Requires Java Runtime Environment. Retrieved 4 January In AprilOracle stopped development of OpenOffice.
Archived from the original on 26 October LibreOffice came oppenoffice last year when the majority of OpenOffice developers, concerned about the future of the project under new owner Oracle, broke away. But that sounds a bit snarky, although it is accurate. Apache OpenOffice has lost its initial developer participation.
Free and open-source software. Product Compatible with other major office suites, OpenOffice is free to download, use, and distribute.
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Retrieved 22 May Opeoffice 23 June World-wide native-language community means that OpenOffice is probably available and supported in your own language. Apache OpenOffice 4 logo. A completely open development process means that anyone can report bugs, request new features, or enhance the software.
As a result of harmful downloads being offered by scammers, the project strongly recommends all downloads be made via its official download page,  which is managed off-site by SourceForge. The freedom that I mean TDF released the fork LibreOffice in January which most Linux distributions soon moved to,     including Oracle Linux in Retrieved 17 June Retrieved 18 June