Main features of Apache OpenOffice are:
The main benefits of ApacheOpen Office are its user-friendliness, its data management system, and its ability to simplify the creation and editing of mathematical equations. Here are more details:
Writer is Apache OpenOffice’s word processor. It simplifies the writing of boxes, agendas, faxes, and letters. When it comes to complex writing tasks, users are guided during document production by Writer’s “wizards”. Customizing the appearance and content of documents can also be done in a snap with Writer’s styling and formatting features.
The application also has an auto-complete feature that can suggest common phrases and words. The application can then automatically complete them for users as they type. The writer also has an autocorrect function which immediately recognizes misspelled words and fixes them.
Biographical references, illustrations, tables, and tables of contents, can be generated using Writer.
Documents made with Writer can also be easily exported to PDF, MediaWiki, or HTML file formats. With this feature, other people can easily access documents made with Writer.
Spreadsheet management can be accomplished using Calc, Apache OpenOffice’s user-friendly spreadsheet application. To get raw data, Calc utilizes a number of corporate databases. From there, Calc can cross-tabulate, summarize, and convert the data into information that is insightful.
Users that may be put off by jargon will be pleased to know that Calc allows the use of natural language to generate formulas. Another useful Calc feature is the Scenario Manager. With it, users can create what-if conditions and scenarios and safely look at their data. This allows them flexibility when they forecast sales, as well as when they perform a comparison of their profits against those forecasts. Calc’s collaboration feature also allows for the sharing of spreadsheets among team members as well as the integration of new data into spreadsheets.
Multimedia presentations that are both effective and impressive can be easily produced with Apache OpenOffice. Impress is Apache OpenOffice’s dedicated tool for the creation of presentation materials. With Impress, users can enhance those presentations with animations, 2D and 3D clip arts, and special effects. Impress also has tools for diagramming and drawing that can easily be accessed by users. This tool also allows users to present their material in a number of ways, whether as outlines, notes, slides, or handouts.
Apache OpenOffice’s Draw program is built for creating either general posters or technical posters. The program enables users to sketch business processes plan, and diagrams with ease. Drawings and diagrams made with Draw can be rotated either in two dimensions or three, and the 3D controller feature lets them come up with rings, cubes, shapes, and a lot of other stuff. Smart connectors also allow users to quickly generate network diagrams, organizational charts, and flowcharts.
Data storage and data retrieval are easy with the desktop database management system that comes with Apache OpenOffice. Apache OpenOffice’s HSQL relational database engine lets users track CD collections and other personal assets. Adabas D, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MS Access is also supported by the system. Of course, the system also integrates seamlessly with other Apache OpenOffice tools.
Math is the Apache OpenOffice tool that creates mathematical formulas and equations. This tool allows users to insert any equation into any Apache OpenOffice application. Equations can also be easily edited with Math.
The following Apache OpenOffice integrations are currently offered by the vendor:
Aside from being easily integrated into existing workflows and applications, it can also be integrated with these office programs and database systems:
Apache OpenOffice pricing is available in the following plans: