[nylug-announce] NY Linux Users Grp. October 15 Meeting: Sam Hiser on the new OpenOffice.org 1.1
rguerin at nylug.org
Fri Oct 10 10:14:31 EDT 2003
OpenOffice.org is the cross-platform, Open Source version of Sun's
StarOffice productivity suite of applications. After months of testing,
improvement, and waiting, OpenOffice.org 1.1 is here for you to download.
It is final, finished, and ready to be used. Available in English right
now; different languages will be ready shortly.
Please join us on Wednesday, October 15, 2003 for an unveiling of the
1.1 version by Sam Hiser of the OpenOffice.Org Marketing Project. Sam
will give a demonstration of as many new features as time allows, and
answer your questions about this significant new release of the office
suite that actually makes you and your business more productive, without
draining your wallet. Because it is Open Source and responsive to its
user community, features you use can never be removed without recourse,
and you cannot be locked-in to a never ending cycle of upgrades of
Version 1.1 has many new features that not available in any other office
suite. Highlights of the current feature set include:
* Word processor
* Database connectivity
* Microsoft Office compatibility
* One-click PDF creation
* Macromedia Flash presentation creation
* Multiple-language support
* OpenOffice.org XML file format
* Compatibility with StarOffice 7
* Macro recorder
* Add-on framework and deployment tools
* XML filtering
* ActiveX plugin for Windows
* Support for DocBook and PDA document formats
* MySQL integration
Download the application, and tell others about it. It is free,
runs on every major platform, and is being progressively translated
to every major language.
Then, please join us after the meeting for Stammtisch, where you can
discuss with others how you use, or hope to use OpenOffice.org to
save time and money.
For More Information, Please Visit:
Swag of undetermined value and quantity may be distributed on a
first-come, first-served basis. Arrive early for the best selection.
** Note the PERMANENT location ** <<------<<<<<
After the meeting ... Join us around 8:30pm or so at TGI Friday,
located at 677 Lexington Avenue and 56th Street, second floor.
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To John Bacalle, who normally prepares these announcements, and
does a remarkable job of it.
October 2003 - The New York Linux Users Group, NYLUG.org
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