Anyone using Linux (or any operating system for that matter) should know about the OpenOffice.org office suite. This suite of tools serve as the open source equivalent to Microsoft Office and does so with ease and full functionality. OpenOffice.org Writer works very similarly to Microsoft Word.
It’s about time someone made an Office suite that can actually claim to be better than Microsoft Office. With WPS Office for Linux, Kingsoft has a winner. We have shown you how to get Microsoft Office running in Linux through Wine, but if the one thing keeping you back from using Linux is a native Microsoft Office alternative you’re in luck.
Beside of OpenOfficeOrg, there is another nice office suite software called KOffice. This KOffice is now reached 1.6.3 version. This free office suite for Linux comes with better GUI and more stable compared to previous version.
The new Microsoft Office 2010 has been released but many of us still waiting for the public response to this Office 2010. For you who has bought this MS Office 2010, you may need this ultimate guide for the new Office 2010. This guide contains essential parts of Microsoft Office 2010.
Microsoft Office has finally arrived on iOS in an official app released by Microsoft itself, and it’s free to download, but to use it there’s a considerable catch: you need to be an Office 365 subscriber.
LinuxSecurity.com: It was discovered that OpenOffice.org, a full-featured office productivity suite that provides a near drop-in replacement for Microsoft(R) Office, is not properly handling python macros embedded in an office document. This allows an attacker to perform user-assisted execution of arbitrary code in [More...]
Software Latest Releases: "The largest of the problems found in Microsoft Office according to the vast majority of users is its price, quite high in the opinion of many. This obligation on having to pay for an Office application suite has stimulated the development of OpenOffice, completely free and open source."