Laptopmag: OpenOffice 3.0 review


"With the exception of online collaboration, a feature OpenOffice doesn't natively offer, this free productivity suite gets the job done. There's no doubt that its robust feature package not only matches its pricey competitors, but it also trounces other free options, particularly Web-based services such as Google Apps and While business users might want to keep Office as their primary tool for its integration with Exchange Server, OpenOffice will do just fine for students-not to mention road warriors who don't have a Microsoft Office license to spare."

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Darkseider3427d ago

Nice to see OOo get some recogntion. I have been using it exclusively at home and work for years without any problems.