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OpenOffice.org Draw, Impress

   1.1.3-kde  

KDE Graphic Editor

Score 79%
OpenOffice.org Draw, Impress
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OpenOffice.org Draw, Impress
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OpenOffice.org Draw, Impress
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  1503
Submitted:  Oct 25 2004
Updated:  Nov 26 2004

Description:

OpenOffice.org is a free productivity suite compatible with all major office suites.

OOo Impress is the fastest, most powerful way to create effective multimedia presentations. Your presentations will truly stand out with special effects, animation and high-impact drawing tools.

OOo Draw is a graphics editor that will produce everything from simple diagrams to dynamic 3D illustrations and special effects.

This version contains KDE integration: KDE Native Widget Framework, KDE Crystal icons, and KDE file dialog.



License:
LGPL, SISSL

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 Can't install

 
 by kaplun on: Oct 25 2004
 
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How can I install it, if I only own gcc 3.4.2?
Am I supposed to install back gcc 3.3.x?
I launched setup -n, and here's the error message I received from the installer:
/tmp/sv001.tmp/setup.bin: /tmp/sv002.tmp/libgcc_s.so.1: version `GCC_3.3' not found (required by /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6)
I'd really like to try it out!


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 language

 
 by limpido on: Dec 15 2004
 
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Other language for OpenOffice-kde ???

Tnx


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 say good

 
 by optimystique on: Apr 15 2005
 
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i think i have to say:
this is quite a good stuff.
but since its GUI rather confusing (i compare with Corel(r)Draw), i use it not rather bit often. aalso if it is compared with MS (r)Word, but since it has more powerfull tools inside, i still choose it beside of MS Word. i just hope that its GUI being made more user-friendly for beginners, any languages, and also more compatible graphic format support.
[since i can't do no effective programming yet, i just can hope......]


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