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 What is the difference between OpenOffice& Microsoft Office 2007?

Answer Office suites include a range of applications in the package for users to prepare documents. Oracle and Microsoft offer two office packages, OpenOffice (or StarOffice) and MS Office, respectively. ... Read More »
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Is OpenOffice compatible with Microsoft applications?

Open Office is compatible with the Microsoft Office Suite, as a free and open source alternative. The most popular of Open Office's six applications include Writer, Calc and Impress. These applicat... Read More »
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How Do I Convert OpenOffice Files to Microsoft Excel?

Using Open OfficeDownload and install OpenOffice. Open the OpenOffice spreadsheet file in Open Office Calc. Click "File" and select "Save As." Select "Microsoft Excel" from the "Save as type" drop-... Read More »
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Does OpenOffice support Microsoft Publisher files?

No, OpenOffice.org software programs like Impress and Writer cannot open Microsoft Publisher files, which are recognizable by the .pub file extension. The program Adobe InDesign CS5 can open Publis... Read More »
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What is a better Alternative to Microsoft Word , LibreOffice or OpenOffice?

LibreOffice.LO is a fork of OOo, and has been improving steadily. Also, improvements in OO are adopted into LO. So LibreOffice is the best of the three.
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