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9 More OpenOffice Extensions

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Below are several more extensions to help you tailor this opensource app to the way you use it.

1. MultiCloud File Manager

If you use an cloud storage provider like Amazon S3 or Mobile Me (among others), this is a must have. Access and save your files offsite incase of a hard drive disaster. Here is a link to their quick walk through video http://goo.gl/SV8h.

2. CropOOo
If you use Draw or Impress, you know cropping isn’t always the easiest thing to do. This extension helps cure that dilemma.

3. Compose Special Characters




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