License: Freeware
Downloads: 201
Op. System: Linux
Last updated: 2010-05-28
File size: 53.94 MB
Publisher: koffice.org

Editor's review KOffice

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KOffice. Freeware and free / no charge software. It is made up of a number of different tool suites with specific focus: KWord, KSpread, KPresenter, Karbon, and Krita. These tools are extended and enhanced by a community of developers who are also users. As a user, you can contribute by making suggestions, reporting issues, or becoming a developer. KWord. This is the word processor suite of KOffice. Spell checker, track changes, options to accept or reject the changes. Metadata and RDF are options you can use. MS doc import filter and format includes the docx format. You have a number of other features and options in KWord to round out your text editing needs and help get your work done in great shape. KSpread. This is the spreadsheet tool suite in KOffice. You get the features and options of any solid spreadsheet tool. Kspread allows rich text in the cells, and you can select your default layout. You can also build and configure any template for repeatable work. You can generate a number of spreadsheet output format files, including the MS 2007 xslx format. KPresenter. This is the presentation tool suite, and it is greatly improved over the past version. While it has the latest MS 2007 pptx format to use, it also has a great animation platform that is the base for KPresenter’s Cinerama feature. Importing capability has been enhanced, giving the tool greater flexibility. Karbon is the graphics, flowcharting, procedural flow drawing tool suite for KOffice. It has a new format, called the Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) for its drawing tool set. Many improvements to Karbon are all a part of the baseline functions and libraries, and are therefore available to all of the KOffice suites. Krita is paint tool suite in KOffice. It has great brush features and powerful rendering engines, and these are accompanied by improved settings and options for its brush preset configuration. It has great image handling and a nice palette that appears quickly on a click. Krita also has a larger group of filters for its formats.

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