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Wednesday, 19 September 2007 11:37

OpenOffice.org releases 2.3

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But wait until IBM gets up and running
 
In the midst of the OpenOffice.org's excitement about having IBM on board promising new code, many have missed that it released a new version of its office software.

OpenOffice.org 2.3, which can be downloaded here, has several new features, enhancements and protection from freshly discovered security flaws.

This version also allows the full use of extensions to customize the software further.

Generally it is expected that the introduction of IBM code into the software will really shake the product up considerably.
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