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OpenOffice.org 2.0.1 Released

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Eight weeks after 2.0, our first update remedies minor bugs and brings new features. For example, it is now possible to disable and hide particular application settings, which comes in handy for central administration in networks. Plus, a new keyboard shortcut permits the user to return to a saved cursor position. The bullets and numbering feature has been expanded, and a new mail merge feature is available.

Last but not least, Macedonian has been added as an official language. Several other localized versions are also available, such as Turkish, Russian, Slovenian, Hungarian, Estonian and Bulgarian. For a more complete list, see our Native Language Confederation Projects page.

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