Linux Pro Magazine: "Adding a pinch of color to code fragments in a Writer document can make it easier to read. But coloring code by hand is a rather daunting proposition..."
Fifteen years after Sun Microsystems released the code for OpenOffice.org, most users still don't know what they have, especially in the text processor Writer. Far from being an inadequate substitute for Microsoft Word, in LibreOffice, the code's latest incarnation, Writer is so far ahead of its rival that there's no competition.
OpenOffice can't read the documents and spreadsheets from my NAS. When I double click on such a document openOffice starts loading but it hags before the application opens.
However, when I copy the same document from the NAS to my local disk. Then openOffice open the document without problems (proof that the document is not corrupted).