Openoffice.org 3.3.0 Final is released!

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Oracle Openoffice.org 3.3 final is released, this release comes one day after the release of LibreOffice3.3. Openoffice3.3 features, New Custom Properties openoffice_logoHandling, embedding of Standard PDF Fonts, New Narrow Font Family, increased Document Protection in Writer and Calc,  Automatic Decimals Digits for “General” format in Calc, now openoffice support 1 Million Rows in a Spreadsheet, new Options for CSV (Comma Separated Value) Import in Calc, Insert Drawing Objects in Charts.

 

Some more features are:

– Hierarchical Axis Labels for Charts
– Improved Slide Layout Handling in Impress

– Manual Setting for Primary Key Support for Databases
– New Math Command ‘nospace’
– Common Search Toolbar
– New Easier to Use Print Interface

– Redesign of Thesaurus
– Resetting Text to the Default Language in Writer

– Text Rendering of Form Controls in Writer
– Changed Defaults for Charts
– Colored Sheet Tabs in Calc
– Adapt to Marked Selection for Filter Area in Calc
– Sort Dialog for DataPilot in Calc

More details about the OpenOffice.org release can be found on the OpenOffice.org 3.3 New Features page and in the release notes.

Installation: 

You can download OpenOffice3.3 from the download Link:

{xtypo_download}Download OpenOffice 3.3{/xtypo_download}

– For Ubuntu and LinuxMint:

You can install OpenOffice 3.3 from PPA (Still not updated yet), open terminal and enter the following commands:

1- First add repositories :

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:openoffice-pkgs/ppa

2- Update repositories

sudo apt-get update

3- Install OpenOffice.org :

sudo apt-get install openoffice.org

– If you are using Gnome Type the command:


sudo apt-get install openoffice.org-gnome

– If you are using Kde type the following:


sudo apt-get install openoffice.org-kde