What about Powerpoint and OpenOffice?

16/07/2009 at 6:03 pm Plaats een reactie

Office software is one of the things people most use their computer for, except of course lots of Internet and /or multimedia applications. Powerpoint is part of Office. Impress is the name of the application that does exactly the same as Powerpoint.It is part of OpenOffice.Org, the  counterpart of Microsoft Office. And what I forgot to mention in my previous posts: you don’t neccessarily need to convert first to any Linux Desktop just to make use of OpenOffice.Org…it’s available at no cost at Openoffice.org., and it’s also available for Windows. The only difference here, between Windows and most Linux distributions is that you need to install it separately; in most Linux distributions, it’s part of the package (that’s one big difference in itself!)

Most people that I point to this software tell me  it’s even better, in some aspects, than the Microsoft counterpart. And to get back to the subject: Just try it for yourself – open any powerpoint (*.ppt) file in you newly installed OpenOffice, and see for yourself!

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