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    Sep 2008

    I am not using KOffice, since I mainly use Ubuntu, but OpenOffice needs some competition from other OSS office suites, so it can become even better and gain market share in the expense of MS Office.
    When the stable version 2.0 is released I will definitely try it in both Linux and Windows.
    Maybe I like it better and start using it more.

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    --> has been dominated by the large share of the Linux platform, Windows platform also has its shadow. While there are OOo has Mac version of the implementation ─ ─ NeoOffice, but it does not meet the future Mac platform, the original version (not X11) challenge to MS Office and iWork.IBM also recently joined the competition, he will its strong launch of Lotus Symphony free of charge, at the same time for both Linux and Windows platforms. With IBM’s strength and influence, Lotus Symphony has been a lot of people’s attention! not done! KDE desktop environment uneasy in the KOffice only in the platform-style KDE, KOffice next year will also be a positive war, its objectives - for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.

    The first half of 2008 is expected to be released KOffice 2.0, the KDE project as an Office suite, inherit the Qt4 GUI Development Kit offers cross-platform, landing, Windows, Linux and Mac OS X platform three.

    At the same time, and other software platforms such as KDE, KOffice 2.0 is still free software.

    * Fixed crashes in all applications
    * Fix loading and saving of different forms in the text form (KWord)
    * Fixed a major bug in edit cell KSpread
    * Use the format of a master page if you have a layout in KPresenter
    * Many bugs fixed in the table form
    * Many bugs fixed in Krita
    * Improved support for SVG in carbon
    koffice20beta7 300x177 KOffice 2.0 Beta 7

    Download:KOffice 2.0 Beta 7 - Daily Download

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