OpenOffice 3.2 Available

Feb 11, 2010

Just in time for the tenth year anniversary of the free office suite is the complete release of OpenOffice 3.2.

The project not only populated its mirrors for its ten years in operation, but counted all its previous downloads and came to 300 million. After five release candidates and somewhat of a delay, the new release starts faster, fixes bugs, plugs potential security holes and provides better compatibility with the Open Document Format (ODF) along with other office program standards, including Microsoft Word.

Among OpenOffice's prominent components is Calc, which in 3.2 has over a dozen new and improved features. Even the Chart module profits in the new version from usability improvements and new chart types, such as Bubble. The project pulled together all the new OpenOffice 3.2 features on its webpage. All the security issues it fixed are listed on its Security Team Bulletin page.

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