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KOffice (KWord)


KDE Text Processing

Score 80%
KOffice (KWord)

Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.3.x
Downloads:  5731
Submitted:  Jan 26 2004
Updated:  Jun 10 2007


KOffice has a word processing component, named KWord.
It is a powerfull tool, that can directly export your work to PDF format. You can also support .doc files if you compile your KOffice with a special library to do so.



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 dark kde styles

 by soulrebel on: Jan 24 2006
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kword handles dark kde styles very bad. when i open a document, first of all everything is black. if i start messing around with frame styles i can get it white, but then the text (that was black-on-black before) becomes white(-on-white).
it is really annoying to the point where it makes kword unusable. why is there no place to simply set the background colors, like in kwrite?

# cd /usa/whitehouse
# rm -rf *

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 Ark packages updated

 by beroarklinux on: Jul 14 2006
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Ark Linux packages have been updated to 1.5.2 -- Ark Linux users simply apt-get install kword

Others in need of RPMs may want to try

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 by dioscaligula on: Oct 17 2006
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I have a eternal problem with spellcheck and kword, I hope the developers solve it soon. I think kowrd is better than openoffice (just my taste).

The problem is kword cannot find any dictionary. The error mesage is:
kword: ERROR: No language dictionaries for the language : es
Same problem in kpresenter but not in kspread. I've checked kwordrc and changed the default language, without any luck.

If someone can solve this problem, pls tell me how.
Really thanks.

P.S: Sorry for my english, I'm spanish, proud spanish

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 Re: Spellcheck

 by juanlutz on: Dec 1 2006
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I agreed totally.
For multi language users is Ooo much better. Even the compatibility with MS Office documents is Ooo far away from that of kword.
Here is a lot to do but what's done is in the right direction.
Best regards

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 Re: Re: Spellcheck

 by mattepiu on: Dec 1 2006
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Sigh, I'm retrying the Ms Office import function at every release,
I'd like to get rid of OOo but still KOffice isn't a viable
alternative for who needs to often import documents from the
"other side of the world".

I hope some more attention on this will be put in the next releases....

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