November 17th, 2012

Gimp Open (frequently known as Open Office) are a suite free office automation (that includes tools like text processor, spreadsheet, presentations, tools for the vectorial drawing and data base. He is available for several platforms, such as Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux, BSD, Solaris and Mac OS X. Support numerous file formats. It includes the following functionalities: Writer is a text processor, similar to Microsoft Word, allows to export text files to formats pdf and HTML without additional software. Calc is a spreadsheet similar to Microsoft Excel or Lotus 1-2-3. Calc offers a series of nonpresent characteristics in Excel, including a system that, automatically defines series of graphs, on the base of the disposition of information of the user. Calc also can export spreadsheets for format pdf. Impress is a program of presentation similar to Microsoft PowerPoint.

It can export presentations to the format SWF, allowing that reproduces in any computer with a reproducer of installed Flash. Also it includes the capacity to create archives pdf, and the capacity to read archives of Microsoft PowerPoint. Its original format is ODP. Base is a basic program of data similar to Microsoft Access. Base allows to the creation and handling of data bases, elaboration of forms and information that provide to the end users a easy access to the data. Draw is a publisher of vectorial graphs and tool of layout, comparable in characteristics to the first versions of Corel Draw, can export its creations to format pdf and to standard SVG Math it is an application designed for the creation and edition of mathematical formulas. The application uses a noticeable language of creating formulas. Unloadings Free? It travels free in the street car of Saragossa? MESSAGES FREE MOVISTAR BY INTERNET MESSAGES MOVISTAR FREE? The leaders are it jeopardize with the well-being programs? The best programs free for fans of the series.

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