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How To install Open Office 3.2 in Ubuntu Linux

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  1. nagaraju May 26, 2010 Reply

    very nice open office in linux title=”">

  2. WM March 5, 2010 Reply

    Thanks very much for the how-to.

  3. Mathias February 27, 2010 Reply

    I think it’s worth mentioning that – while this is a very significant upgrade – it’s not the go-oo modification used in Ubuntu and does not use the Ubuntu load/save dialog window (something significant for those using a complex file structure).

  4. goodnesReal February 25, 2010 Reply

    @IndianArt What BootCamp? His question was something different.

  5. goodnessReal February 25, 2010 Reply

    @brk3 its wrong on your part to expect good thing in here, get some life.

  6. Indian Art February 25, 2010 Reply

    @ brk3

    “And this has to do with apple how..?”
    I think with Bootcamp you can run Ubuntu as a dual boot OS.

  7. Indian Art February 25, 2010 Reply

    I did upgrade following the instructions on the net and have been successfully using Openoffice 3.2 for several days. It runs smooth on Ubuntu 9.10.

    Openoffice 3.2 starts faster than 3.1.

    Definitely worth upgrading.

  8. brk3 February 25, 2010 Reply

    And this has to do with apple how..?

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