Most Windows users have missed GNU / Linux Office suite, which is compatible with Microsoft Office functionality and compatibility.
Well, we point to OpenOffice, a free, open source suite that is available for various platforms including GNU / Linux. In fact, it's so popular that most GNU / Linux distributions, such as Ubuntu, OpenSUSE and Fedora, all included by default.
OpenOffice includes a word processor (authors), a spreadsheet editor (Calc), a graphics editor (draw), a presentation editor (Impress), a database manager (base) and a math source editor (math).
These tools are adequate to replace all applications from other office suites such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint properly and easily. Plus, each one of these apps comes with a spell check function
If you are looking for an office suite for your GNU / Linux distribution, you have found the perfect solution in the open office.
If you don’t really know where to start while trying to install OpenOffice on Ubuntu, don’t worry. Execute a device window in the DEBSdecompressed folder and enter the command sudo dpkg -i *.deb.
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