Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 28th May 2010 22:59 UTC, submitted by joekiser
KDE KOffice 2.2, the office suite for KDE, has been released. New features include import filters for Office 2007 thanks to Nokia, and the return of the Access clone Kexi. With this release, the KOffice team writes, "we are [...] at a stage where we think that KOffice can be used for real work by some users". A full list of changes can be found here.
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Much easier
by nboxer on Sat 29th May 2010 03:18 UTC
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Its much easier to adobt than MS Office 2007-10.
MS lost it when they added ribbions and the rest of
the junk. Keeping the interface easy and familar is the way to go.

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RE: Much easier
by pns.sri on Mon 31st May 2010 03:59 in reply to "Much easier"
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Ribbons are nice and their implementation is very good. It needs a bit of learning but it is very easy once we we learn a bit. Also for those who say ribbon takes away screen real estate, there is a nice feature of adding some icons to the titlebar, even some sub-sections of a ribbon as small icon. then minimize the ribbon. Please use it for sometime till you get a hang of it and you wont be able to use menu+toobar.

I really wish KDE people implement their menu + toolbar using the D-Bus + plasma embedded in the main window. This will help implement MacOS style menubar on top also. After its all about choice and D-Bud+plasma will definitely give it to us.

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RE[2]: Much easier
by Elv13 on Mon 31st May 2010 05:07 in reply to "RE: Much easier"
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We are working on that (dbus part)

Edited 2010-05-31 05:07 UTC

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RE[2]: Much easier
by Nth_Man on Mon 31st May 2010 17:25 in reply to "RE: Much easier"
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> you wont be able to use menu+toobar.
Well, that's something bad. We don't want this.

Microsoft, yes, of course!

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