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openoffice.org-writer

Office productivity suite -- word processor
http://www.openoffice.org
Score:
 54
49 reviews
Description:

This is a transitional package, replacing the openoffice.org packaging with the libreoffice packaging.

it can be safely removed after an upgrade.

User reviews:
ScoreComment

Pirks
2 years ago
5 каждый день использую

callpaul
4 years ago
3 I want it with French menus any suggestions

sujitnag
5 years ago
4 need improvment

Abderraouf
5 years ago
1 LibreOffice is based on it - and much better. OpenOffice.org is no longer updated, so skip it

rk38526
6 years ago
5 My almost daily companion.

ulysses
6 years ago
4 My almost daily companion.

librelegal
6 years ago
1 LibreOffice is based on it - and much better. OpenOffice.org is no longer updated, so skip it

akermann
6 years ago
3 chnag office to german

Koffeehaus
6 years ago
3 OPen is a thing of the past. Libre is the way to go.

PV250X
6 years ago
5 Good alternative to Word

sunewbie
6 years ago
4 Libre Office is future. RIP OOo

blueXrider
6 years ago
4 LibreOffice is a better choice

iamaro
6 years ago
4 it the best i have ever used

m2nis
7 years ago
5 Good-bye OpenOffice. Welcome to LibreOffice !

elamperti
7 years ago
2 I'd stick with LibeOffice

tiejohn
7 years ago
4 good

andypr33
7 years ago
3 Recomiendo libre office

henrimint
7 years ago
4 C'est un incontournable même si l'interface est un peu austère

LarryL
7 years ago
5 Used it at Argosy U. -- Issue with other reading it in word? NP! Just save the file in the format they request.

Germmare
7 years ago
4 ... but u dont know LIBRE OFFICE ???...

wanda
7 years ago
5 Great .

Djibouti
7 years ago
5 Mindent tud amit kell.

Mitzh
7 years ago
4 it does the job, just don't make fancy stuff if you want to open it in ms-word

cmaew04
7 years ago
4 I love it, but it is suppose to be a replacement for MS Word, but when my teachers open my finished projects on their Word programs they look all messed up. It claims that it will format things just like Word, but I have not been able to get it to do so.

flan_suse
7 years ago
4 I used OpenOffice.org until LibreOffice released the stable version. LibreOffice is where the magic is happening, and the GO-oo extensions and Novell enhancements are no longer going to Oracle, but instead LibreOffice exclusively.

thomas-aus-b
7 years ago
5 ok

DIONISIS_POLITIS
7 years ago
4 almost like MSoffice.

NumberSeventeen
7 years ago
5 Best writer program i know.

Wanderer
7 years ago
5 Not a real experienced user I have yet not been able to do anything I wanted with the help of templates from OpenOffice.org.

Shostako
7 years ago
4 Good word processor, but not awesome. Oracle politics sentenced it to death in favour of LibreOffice pure open-source fork.

nerjamartin
7 years ago
1 Let's go to LibreOffice!!!

anil99e
7 years ago
5 openoffice rules!!!!

jesica
7 years ago
5 cant live without it

Anutesyn
7 years ago
5 One of those "must have"-applications. Couldn't live withouyt it!

vviskari
7 years ago
5 Excellent! Has really matured and can be used for daily work. Can do PDF exports and supports MS Office doc format (at some level). Wrote my master's thesis with OO. It was great.

dazw2000
7 years ago
5 Really rate OpenOffice, great functions and also being able to export to pdf nice feature.

speedfire
7 years ago
5 Excellent Traitement de texte

aprilland
7 years ago
5 So far, this is the best open wordprocessor in the world. A really great soft.

staffie
7 years ago
5 I like

colej84
7 years ago
3 i like it

iclozm
7 years ago
5 I do online school and have been able to completely use Linux for my coursework because of OpenOffice. Bravo.

Jinryu
7 years ago
5 Works great. I would mostly stick to working in the ODT format and doing as little reconversion as possible, since the porting of MS .doc files isn't exactly perfect, and these imperfections get exacerbated by constant conversion.

timloyal
7 years ago
4 just works

selekta77
7 years ago
5 Perfekt. Mehr kann man da nicht sagen!

newchieng
7 years ago
4 An able replacement for MS Word, but recently getting heavier with more added features. For those who just need a plain Jane word processor, Abiword would be more suitable.

ivanovnegro
8 years ago
5 For me the full replacement of Word. I like opensource software and when you learn to use it, it just works like Word.

Kitsune22
8 years ago
2 I've been using this program for years now, and until very recently, I would not have hesitated to give it a full recommendation. There is a reason it is the default in almost every version of Linux: it has all the features of word (with add-ones), and seemed very stable-- three or so years without losing a document is pretty impressive to me. Even during power outrages, this thing always managed to give my work back to me, and I grew accustomed to using it and even depending on it. It open Microsoft word files, and any other document really, without any problems-- formatting or otherwise. But now, I highly recommend keeping this program away from important work. After years of stable use, in the last few weeks it has left me with a 0kb document SEVREAL TIMES, with the backup also being 0kb and no hope of recovery-- the file was just GONE. This has happened more than once, and this last time it has cost me days of work. Each time, I had saved the file normally. This program, as it is currently, is unstable and unreliable. And that is a sad thing, because it used to be my most relied on program... Now, I recommend Abiword or some other alternative over this, at least until this crucial bug is fixed.

VDSA
8 years ago
5 easily one of the best open source desktop applications

aibo
8 years ago
4 Works well, except formating issues when moving between MS Office products ...