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    Thumbs up Sun Microsystems’ StarOffice 9

    Sun Microsystems’ StarOffice 9



    StarOffice software is a complete, feature-rich office productivity product that costs approximately 75% less than Microsoft Office Edition. It includes powerful programs for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, drawing, database, graphics, and Web publishing.
    New features include improved Microsoft Office compatibility, blog and wiki publishing features, and the ability to edit PDF documents — all in a multi-platform office suite that is available on Microsoft Windows, Linux, the Solaris Operating System, and Mac OS X.
    Combining an excellent out-of-the-box experience, compelling features, and a great set of extensions, StarOffice 9 is a must-have for every desktop. For end-users, StarOffice is available for $34.95 and includes three support incidents.
    StarOffice includes




    • StarOffice 9 Writer (Word Processing)
    • StarOffice 9 Calc (Spreadsheet)
    • StarOffice 9 Impress (Presentation)
    • StarOffice Extensions
    • StarOffice 9 Draw (Graphics)
    • StarOffice 9 Base
    • Enterprise Tools & Support

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    interesting info there.. thx

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    Thanks

    Any idea how it compares with Office 2007 or OpenOffice?

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    Is this a paid version of OpenOffice?

    The Calc, Writer, Impress, Base, and Draw names come right from OpenOffice.

    Edit: I replaced MS Office 2003 Pro with OpenOffice 3.0 two months ago and have not run into a single issue yet.

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    I replaced MS Office 2003 Pro with OpenOffice 3.0 two months ago and have not run into a single issue yet.
    Once you use Office 2007 you won't go back to OpenOffice or StartOffice

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