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KOffice 1.5 Released

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The KOffice team is proud to announce KOffice version 1.5. With this release, KOffice starts its ascent into the office suite hall of fame. This version sports OpenDocument as the default file format, accessibility, a new project planning tool KPlato, professional color support and adjustment layers in Krita and the long awaited Kexi 1.0. You can read more about it in the press release and the full announcement. Packages are available for Kubuntu and SUSE.

KOffice was the first to support, and now with 1.5 the second office suite to announce full support for OpenDocument (ODF) as the default file format. With two independent implementations of ODF now available it is now a true industry standard. KOffice 1.5 is therefore the version that lets enterprises and organisations all over the world choose the office suite that fits their needs best.

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KOffice 1.5 Tour

A KOffice 1.5 Tour can be found here: http://www.koffice.org/tours/1.5/index.php Gotta love screen shots.

KDE is really growing up, I've been a Gnome user since I started with Linux, but latley I've been using and liking KDE more and more. Now KOffice is soon up to par with OpenOffice. It's a great and exiting time to be a Linux user.

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