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StarOffice

StarOffice is an integrated Microsoft Office-compatible suite of productivity applications. It provides word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, charting, and graphics applications.

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  •  23 Jun 2009 20:58

Release Notes: Many feature enhancements were made.

  •  11 Oct 2005 00:44

Release Notes: This release featured a new OpenDocument format for all documents, improved MS Pffice compatibility, XForms support, a new database, PDF export, native desktop theming, and much more.

  •  21 Sep 2003 21:09

Release Notes: This release adds functionality to enable exporting to PDF and to the Macromedia Flash format. It also introduces the new StarOffice Configuration Manager, the StarOffice Software Development Kit, a macro recorder, and support for assistive technologies, as well as for complex text layouts.

  •  11 Jun 2003 03:11

Release Notes: Minor bugfixes were made.

  •  10 Apr 2003 03:19

Release Notes: This version adds accessibility, the StarOffice Configuration Manager, Asian language enhancements, PDF export, a keyboard macro recorder, and a software development kit.

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13 Jan 2004 10:55 Demitsu

Re: Troll

> sorry man but lynx just sucks

Why? Reasons?

> who needs to conserve bandwidth?!!

Modem users? People sharing bandwidth with other users?

> i think it's time for a cable modem my friend

Not everybody has the money to afford cable. Mind that.

28 Apr 2003 00:17 brainless

There is an Open-Source Alternative to StarOffice

There is an Open Source Alternative (freshmeat.net/projects...) to the StarOffice.

With the OpenOffice Suite (freshmeat.net/projects...) you get ALL the source code.

With StarOffice (freshmeat.net/projects...) all you get is a binary file, with NO option to tweak the software to your own liking.

Get the OpenOffice Suite (freshmeat.net/projects...) now !

24 Apr 2001 17:21 demerson

Re: Star Division's Page
sorry man but lynx just sucks. who needs to conserve bandwidth?!! i think it's time for a cable modem my friend.

> Well, I wanted to try Star Office, I
> really did, but
> unfortunantly their page is not
> friendly to anyone who
> doesn't use Netscape. It's full of
> frames (I stopped
> counting at about #10) and all the
> links are JavaScript
> references. Come on Star Division,
> what about those of us
> who try to conserve bandwidth by using
> lynx?

11 Feb 2000 14:57 etch007

Bigger than a Really Big thing
Does anyone know where I can get a 10 Mbps modem?

18 Jul 1999 16:05 pyro1

It's a little bloated, but it works!!
I agree that StarOffice a little bloated, but it has all the functionality that anyone would need, I challange anyone to find an office suite for linux that is free and offers half of what this does. Plus it is a good program for people who are switching from M$ to linux. It is bloated, but if you have a beefy enough machine, it can handle it. Just my $0.02.

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