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ntDays from announcing a commitment from Ubuntu, The Document Foundations debuts its first full, stable (and free) release of the next generation of OpenOffice – LibreOffice 3.3. Steven J. Vaughan has details on the new release and following is a gallery of some of the most important new features.
ntYou will be able to import SVG pictures into Draw and edit them interactively.
ntThere’s a new easy-to-use dialog box for title pages.
ntNavigator lets you unfold one heading as usual in a tree view.
ntYou can now have 1 million rows in a spreadsheet in Calc.
ntThere’s now a Microsoft Works import filter.
ntThere’s also a Lotus Word Pro import filter.
ntThere are new bundled extensions, such as the Presenter View in Impress.
ntThe is improved slide layout handling in Impress.
ntHere’s a much improved Wordperfect import.