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A sneak preview of new OpenOffice 3.2 part 2

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In the First part of the OpenOffice preview, I talked about the new general features in OpenOffice.org 3.2 like being: easier, more secure, aOpen Office 3.2nd more international.

In this second part, I will explore with you the new features of Chart, Calc and Base (applications within Oo package).

BTW many readers of the previous preview had queries about using grammar checker in OpenOffice. So, I am happy to say that you can use it now by LanguageTools's extension. Visit their official website and there you can get more information of how to use it.

Chart's new features

Filled Net Chart:

A new chart type in OpenOffice.org 3.2 is the Filled Net Chart. It is similar to the regular Net Chart with lines, but in addition to that, the area between the lines and the origin is filled.

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