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OpenOffice
OpenOffice
Overview
Overview
Why OpenOffice
Why OpenOffice
The Great Showdown
The Great Showdown
FIGHT!
FIGHT!
Where OpenOffice Came From
Where OpenOffice Came From
Going Open Source
Going Open Source
What they're doing now
What they're doing now
So Why Use It, Anyway
So Why Use It, Anyway
Slices, dices, and makes julienne fries
Slices, dices, and makes julienne fries
And, since it's open source
And, since it's open source
Is there anything it can't do
Is there anything it can't do
So, who needs it
So, who needs it
Who should consider the switch
Who should consider the switch
Conclusions
Conclusions
?
?
We do
We do
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1 OpenOffice

OpenOffice

Wayne S. Rossi Mike Toresco for Open Source Development

2 Overview

Overview

OpenOffice's purpose The Details Creation Licensing Projects Advantages and Disadvantages Conclusions

3 Why OpenOffice

Why OpenOffice

The OpenOffice mission statement: To create, as a community, the leading international office suite that will run on all major platforms and provide access to all functionality and data through open-component based APIs and an XML-based file format. In other words, make an open source project into the leading office suite program.

4 The Great Showdown

The Great Showdown

5 FIGHT!

FIGHT!

The Great Showdown?

6 Where OpenOffice Came From

Where OpenOffice Came From

StarOffice was developed by StarDivision in Germany during the 1980s In 1999, Sun Microsystems bought StarDivision. StarOffice 5.2 was released in June 2000 StarOffice was distributed in a pay version and a (proprietary) free version.

7 Going Open Source

Going Open Source

In 2000, Sun open sourced the StarOffice code under dual licenses: GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) Sun Industry Standards Source License (SISSL) In 2002, OpenOffice.org goes online.

8 What they're doing now

What they're doing now

Accepted Projects Includes API, DBA, GSL, XML, various applications, underlying framework, and documentation. Native/Lang Projects Includes Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, and Thai language support for OpenOffice. Incubator/Whiteboard Projects Community-sponsored or experimental projects.

9 So Why Use It, Anyway

So Why Use It, Anyway

This presentation was made using Impress in OpenOffice v. 1.0.1. OpenOffice can generate fully Microsoft Office compatible files. Word Documents (Writer) Excel Spreadsheets (Calc) PowerPoint presentations (Impress)

10 Slices, dices, and makes julienne fries

Slices, dices, and makes julienne fries

OpenOffice is designed to look and feel similar to Microsoft Office. It's probably out for your operating system. If you're running Windows, Linux, Solaris, LinuxPPC, FreeBSD, or Mac OS X (still in beta), you can download OpenOffice v. 1.0.3.

11 And, since it's open source

And, since it's open source

..

OpenOffice can be downloaded completely free. StarOffice v. 6.0 can be bought for $79 and comes with CDs and documentation. Microsoft Office XP Professional costs $579 and can only be installed on one computer.

12 Is there anything it can't do

Is there anything it can't do

No parallel for Microsoft Access But open source solutions for databases still exist. Cannot use some templates and macros. The overwhelming majority of users are completely unaffected by this.

13 So, who needs it

So, who needs it

Most people who use MS Office don't take advantage of enough features to justify its costs. It's like driving your M1-A1 Abrams tank to work.

14 Who should consider the switch

Who should consider the switch

Individuals who don't need the database, macros, and templates that MS Office has. (Or just don't need them worth $479) Businesses who can't afford or don't need MS Office Professional. (At $579 per computer, that is fairly substantial.)

15 Conclusions

Conclusions

720,000 people have downloaded OpenOffice. It has the desired compatibility with MS Office. For most users, OpenOffice is a better choice.

16 ?

?

Got Questions?

17 We do

We do

What company open-sourced the office suite for OpenOffice? Name three popular MS Office programs whose function OpenOffice duplicates.

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