Apache OpenOffice 3.4 makes official debut (screenshots)

Apache OpenOffice 3.4 makes official debut (screenshots)

Summary: Take a peek at the first official edition of the free Apache OpenOffice since it was donated by Oracle.

TOPICS: Open Source

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  • Draw provides tools for graphics and diagrams.

    Screenshot: openoffice.org

  • Math is calculated to assist with equations and calculations.

    Screenshot: openoffice.org

  • One of the new features is a new color picker developed by Christian Lippka who offered it under the Apache License.

    Screenshot: openoffice.org

Topic: Open Source

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  • What's really new?

    I'm looking at these pictures and it looks just like Libre Office. I've had that for over a year. And it wasn't that different from the Open Office version I used two years ago.
    • What's really new?

      Yes indeed.
  • Boring, very boring!

    I think the shading behind the buttons is improved. The cartoonish UI is a little more colorful. But as Office advances, OO and Libre Office continue to improve on a UI and underlying engine that is, well old.