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Know how to lower costs, interoperate with Microsoft Office and get support?



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April 30, 2010 10:35 am

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The answer is OpenOffice.org Novell Edition for Windows. We’ve recently released the 3.2 version, which contains bug fixes as well as many improvements over both the previous and community versions.

If you aren’t already familiar with this offering, OpenOffice.org Novell Edition for Windows is an open source office suite that is the best choice for interoperability with Microsoft Office. In addition to excellent performance and integrated extensions, the newest version allows users to access and edit Google Docs documents. It also includes enhanced spreadsheet capabilities such as more rows, better VBA macros and improved support for OpenXML files, the default format in the recent Microsoft Office versions. To see the full list of updates go here.

OpenOffice.org Novell Edition is available either fully supported for customers with a valid subscription or as an evaluation version, available to anyone at no-cost. If you are new to OpenOffice.org download the evaluation version now to learn more. Or buy a subscription, to get access to the full version and Novell’s award winning support today.

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