Four months after leaving OpenOffice.org, The Document Foundation has finally released the first stable version of LibreOffice. Although this is the first stable release, the release is given a version number 3.3 in continuation of the version number of OpenOffice.org.

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Today, Canonical has finally replaced OpenOffice with LibreOffice in the daily build of Ubuntu 11.04 “Natty Narhwal”

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to make installation in Ubuntu and its derivatives easier, the LibreOffice developers has made a PPA. In addition to making it easier to install, this will ensure that users get the updates properly.

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You don’t need to pay $280 for Microsoft PowerPoint. If you only need to view files, the PowerPoint Viewers from Microsoft are the simplest to use. However, there are many free ways to create and share PowerPoint files.

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Oracle has asked the founders of The Documents Foundation to leave the OpenOffice.org Council due to “conflict of interest”.

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There are a few ways to save money on an upgrade to MS Office 2010. However, you may find that you can save more than a few dollars by asking if yourself if you really need MS Office.

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OpenOffice 3.2 was released about a month ago. It has many improvements over the previous versions including faster startup, better compatibility with MS Office etc. In this article, we show you hou how you can install OpenOffice 3.2 in Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala from PPA.

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