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Tuoi Tre Newspaper (No.1 in Vietnam) introduce Vietnamese Hacao.Office 2.01.

Hacao linux 2.01 distro for Vietnamese.

Hacao linux is a small, fast, comfortable, FREE (as in freedom), Puppy based linux distro for everyone especially Vietnamese.

It can run directly from CD or from USB flash memory without any impact to your system and you can install it to your hard disk if you like.

Now we have 2 variations:

+ The nano for those prefer a fast and small operating system, weight only 79,5MB
+ The standard: with office tools and a free dictionary for office users, weight 174MB

If you are using windoze, just put Hacao linux in the cd drive and you will get an instruction about how to use the live CD and a brief information about hacao as well.

From here, you can restart your PC and it will boot into Hacao linux directly from CD.

The most significative tools is OpenOffice 2.03 (a replacements for M$ office) and Stardict (a click and see multi-language dictionary). With these tools you can work with your M$ office's documents as if you are using M$ office without the need of any technical effort. Moreover you can get the meaning of any words in anywhere with your mouse, you can also add more dictionary and make fuzzy look up, very useful if you are surfing the net.
Vietnamese users can type Vietnamese using the keyboard software x-unikey. You can change charset, input method with your mouse easily.

Word processor and web design - OO.org writer:

Nice GUI and has been fully trasnlated into vietnamese, compatible with M$ Word documents. If you have used M$ Word before, you will be surprise to see there are vietnamese anywhere. It is an advantage to help hacao easier to use with newbie. The menu include: "Tập tin, chỉnh sửa, xem, chèn, định dạng, bảng, công cụ, cửa sổ, trợ giúp”. It may be strange to those who familiar with English, however it's ideal for novice PC user and even pro user who want to experience new features.
You can find all the features provide by M$ word include: visual editor, drag n drop, copy n paste.. It can serve as a web editor as well

Spread sheet -OO.org Calc

This soft's interface is very similar to excel's interface but it is vietnamese interface. Calc can open any excel's file and can create *.xls file as well. You can even save the spread sheet in may other format include PDF.
Anything you can find in excel, you can find them in Calc.

Prestatioin - Impress

Needless this an alternative for M$ Powerpoing. You will get a wizard to help you create prestation step by step. it can open and save powerpoint files without problem. You will find all the powerpoint's features like here of course.

Image creator - Draw

Simple and effective GUI with a toolbox on the left and a blank paper on the right. And with the Vietnamese tooltips and Vietnamese help pages you can master it without problem.

Equation editor - Math.

Exremely easy to use. You can type any equation with a few clicks and your numpad. Content can be saved in may formats include PDF.

Databas - OO.org Base (JRE is required to connect Java's standard database)

This soft is very user friendly and easy to use. It can connect to any popular database type like JDBC, MySQL, dBASE... as well as Thunderbird's address book or LDAP.

Note: OO.org 2003 can export any documents into PDF with just one click and you will get a nice PDF file. You can sign your document with digital signature as well.

Hacao llinux can be download here:

http://htb65.de/puppylinux/puppy-releases/isos/hacao.office201vn.iso, or here http://media.tuoitre.com.vn/download/soft/hacaolinux2_01.iso

Just burn the iso to a CD or miniCD the put it in you drive and restart, so easy

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