OpenOffice.org 3.3 je tu in pripravljena za prenos
Brezplačen in odprto-koden pisarniški paket, ki ga uporablja več kot 100 milijonov ljudi, zdaj vsebuje številne nove features za podjetnike/podjetja.
Munchen, Nemčija, x. november 2010. - Projekt OpenOffice.org danes oznanja izdajo OpenOffice.org 3.3, najboljšo doslej. Z features in izboljšavami, ki addressing current and future enterprise desires and needs, the suite steps into a new arena. Enterprise users, in public administration and private, will find the improved compatibility with MS Office, the spreadsheet and presentation component enhancements, and the many other new features and community contributions immensely welcome. A full list of what the Project's community has accomplished can be found at <http://www.openoffice.org/dev_docs/features/3.3/>.
Openoffice.org 3.3 marks a milestone in the suite's maturation. Ten years after Sun Microsystems initiated the Project building the productivity suite, the suite has grown from being the “free alternative” to the default and mandated choice for the estimated hundred million who have come to value the quality, reliability, extensions, and the open standard used as the suite's file format: the OpenDocument Format (ODF). Since the release of 3.0, we have counted over 192 million downloads, and most of those were Windows. And that extraordinary number is an underestimate.
With OpenOffice.org 3.3, we have worked to meet and also anticipate the current and future needs of the millions around the world in public and private enterprises migrating to OpenOffice.org and the ODF, as well as simply wanting a suite that out-of-the box does it all while still being customizable. The list of new elements is extensive, but some highlights bear mention.
OpenOffice.org 3.3 is not only faster to start up and overall, it also:
- embeds standard PDF fonts
- increases document protection in Writer and Calc
- provides for 1 million rows in a spreadsheet
- offers new options for CSV (Comma Separated Value) import in Calc
- allows for inserting drawing objects in Charts
- improves slide layout handling in Impress
- features a common search toolbar
The list goes on, and with the community-contributed extensions repository, the feature set, as well as the quantity and specificity of templates, dictionaries, languages of OpenOffice.org is always growing. We invite you to see what is there and download those you find interesting. OpenOffice.org is about productivity: yours.
As Andrew Southworth, Network Coordinator, Canadian Labour Congress, writes, “It's never been just about the savings. The Canadian Labour Congress selected OpenOffice.org in support of what it does and how it goes about doing it. It's the full support of the ODF that frees us from committing to any one vendor. And it's the extensions, the enterprise elements and the open-source code that gives all those we represent and work with in Canada, from schools to hospitals to libraries to private sector corporations the freedom of real productivity—without being locked into a particular company's vision of how you should work. Saving money on software is great. But OpenOffice.org, with its support of the ODF, is more than about the bottom line. It's about the freedom to choose the best.”
In addition to the enhancements, we have also included security updates, and we strongly recommend that all users update to this new version as soon as they can. We also, as always, recommend that users follow basic security common sense.
OpenOffice.org is fully supported by the worldwide community and by professional companies, both large and small. Oracle proudly continues the sponsorship of the Project building the application and welcomes contributions from all.
A full guide to new features is available at <http://www.openoffice.org/dev_docs/features/3.3/>. The security bulletin with full details of the potential vulnerabilities fixed is at <http://www.openoffice.org/security/bulletin.html>.
To download OpenOffice.org 3.3 for free: <http://download.openoffice.org/ [Download OpenOffice.org>
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