The German company SoftMaker has released a new version of its free Office suite, FreeOffice, with some very interesting news.
SoftMaker's free office suite now supports saving for traditional Microsoft formats and open text format (ODT).
In a statement posted in the Press Center area, the German company confirmed what it had already said on its Twitter, which would support Microsoft's classic formats and Open Document Text, as discussed in this post.
In the statement, they mention that FreeOffice already had perfect compatibility with the newer MS formats, DOCX / XLSX / PPTX, and a viable office alternative. And now bringing more news, such as:
Integrated in this version, the possibility to open and save in DOC, XLS and PPT formats. It was also adding the functionality of opening and closing files in open text format, ODT (OpenDocument Text).
A dark interface has now been added, thus allowing eye rest at certain times of the day.
They also mentioned that after requests from the Linux community, SoftMaker implemented important features in FreeOffice. This shows that when charged the right way, companies tend to take orders.
The new version of FreeOffice is available for Linux, macOS and Windows.
To download the Linux version, you can choose from RPM, DEB or TGZ packages at the links below:
32-bit Linux systems
64-bit Linux systems
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