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Five useful extensions for Openoffice

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OpenOffice.org 3.x is the leading open-source open software suite for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, graphics, databases and more. You can adjust openoffice to your needs by adding more functionality with the help of extensions. In this article we chosed for you some useful extensions for openoffice with installation guide.

1- Sun Weblog Publisher

The Sun Weblog Publisher allows you to quickly create, edit and publish weblog entries on many popular Blog servers. It is easy to use so that any user can start blogging right away! Use the advanced word processing features of the Writer to create blogs with tables, bullets, hyperlinks, graphics, and spellchecking via the office suite's spellchecking technology

Supports a number of Blog platforms, including Roller, WordPress, Generic ATOM and Generic MetaWeblog

Requires StarOffice 8 (Update 4 or higher) or OpenOffice.org (2.0.4 or higher).

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