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  •  08 May 2009 17:44

Release Notes: Anti-aliasing to improve the way it draws on-screen (lines, circles, etc). New locale data for Maltese (Malta) [mt-MT], Myanmar (Myanmar) [my-MM], Shuswap (Canada) [shs-CA], and Tok Pisin (Papua New Guinea) [tpi-PG]. This release also adds new Arabic locales: Arabic (Chad) [ar-TD]; Arabic (Comoros) [ar-KM]; Arabic (Djibouti) [ar-DJ]; Arabic (Eritrea) [ar-ER]; Arabic (Israel) [ar-IL]; Arabic (Mauritania) [ar-MR]; Arabic (Palestine) [ar-PS]; Arabic (Somalia) [ar-SO]; and Arabic (Sudan) [ar-SD].

  •  06 Feb 2009 22:12

Release Notes: Improvement for grammar checking and file locking fixes.

  •  13 Jun 2007 00:12

No changes have been submitted for this release.

Release Notes: Text display quality was improved. PDF export now supports bookmarks. Integration with Windows Vista's GUI was improved. Various other bugfixes and new features were added.

Release Notes: Multiple monitor support was added for Impress. Calc HTML export was improved. Access support for Base was enhanced. Even more languages are supported. Automatic notifications of updates are presented to the user.

Release Notes: This release enhances PDF exportation and supports exportation to LaTeX.

Release Notes: Performance was improved. For example, a 23% improvement was made in some Calc benchmarks. Email integration features were added. PDF export features were enhanced. Mac OS X system integration was improved and support of the MacOSX Intel architecture was added. A built-in check for updated versions was added.

Release Notes: New spellcheck dictionaries are now directly integrated into OpenOffice.org and are immediately available after installation. Import filters for Quattro Pro 6 and Microsoft Word 2 have been added. Other import filters have been improved, so that documents created by other applications can be edited in OpenOffice.org more seamlessly. Continuing with the the push to enhance OpenOffice.org's business functionality, it is now easier to use mail merge. Integration with the KDE address book is now possible.

  •  22 Dec 2005 03:53

Release Notes: It is now possible to disable and hide particular application settings, which comes in handy for central administration in networks. A new keyboard shortcut permits the user to return to a saved cursor position. The bullets and numbering feature was expanded, and a new mail merge feature was added. Macedonian was added as an official language. Several other localized versions are also available, such as Turkish, Russian, Slovenian, Hungarian, Estonian, and Bulgarian.

Release Notes: This release is available in 36 languages, with more on the way, and is able to run natively on GNU/Linux, Sun Solaris, Mac OS X (X11), Windows, and several other platforms. The OASIS Standard OpenDocument format is fully supported. The OpenDocument format can be used by any office application.

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