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The latest and full featured version of 3.0 is now available through using a web browser with a single click of a mouse. No download or installation process of the productivity suite is required. This new service by Ulteo offers many benefits for users of the productivity suite, and is compatible with any operating system that can run Firefox 2.0+ or Internet Explorer 6.0+.

*Instant trial & collaboration*

Introduce 3.0 to others via email: invite them from the Ulteo desktop to discover with just one click, on the "Share" button and can give a personal tour of the program in realtime. Invitations are sent via email and allow access in either read only or full edit mode, simply by clicking on a link in the email.

Using Ulteo's service, users can exploit features of which may be missing from their current desktop software. For example, can read and write Microsoft Office files, and generate .pdf format files without requiring any additional software. also reads and writes documents in OpenDocument Format, the ISO-approved standard for office documents, which can only be read in Microsoft Office after installing a plug-in.

*This new service is provided by Ulteo*

Ulteo powers the online version of 3.0:

Also: Development Release: Ulteo Application System 2.00 Alpha

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