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A sneak preview of new OpenOffice 3.2

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The last developer milestone ( DEV300m60) of has been released. The next version of 3.2 has more than 42 features and 167 enhancements . The final version is expected to be available at the end of November 2009.

Many companies have contributed to this version like RedHat , RedFlag and IBM, making OpenOffice more stable and useful. I couldn't stop myself from seeing new features and enjoying them. So I downloaded DEV300m60 version. After playing with it for many days I could say that OpenOffice developers have done very good work in it. Well done !

I will review in this post some interesting features : more secure , faster , easier and more international.

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Open Office 3.2 Beta Open Office 3.2 Beta has been released yesterday which gives users and developers a preview of the final Open Office 3.2 release which is slated for a December release. A list of changes and additions to this version of the Open Source Microsoft Office alternative has been posted at the official website. The list format is hard to read but contains many links pointing to documentation containing details about each feature. The feature list is divided into chapters for specific components like charts, database access or spreadsheets of the Office suite. Some of the most notable additions and changes in Open Office 3.2 Beta are listed below.

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