2005 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice AwardsThis forum is for the 2005 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Awards.
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Koffice has exploded this last year after several years of languishing in OO.o's shadow. With the ability to handle OpenDocument files and edit PDFs... wow! Plus, the office suite contains practically every application under the sun.
I agree with Daengbo, Koffice is looking mighty nice these days. The featureset is improving constantly, and it's easily handling all my admittedly basic office application needs. I like OpenOffice.org, but Koffice's speed and tight integration with KDE is just too good to ignore.
I voted for openoffice.org .
I have not used Koffice in the last 3 years. From what I last saw Gnome Office had less integration than the other applications listed.
If MSOffice was there i would vote for it. I persoanlly use Openoffice.org on my computer. But MSOffice still "feels" nice. I don't have
that quirky nervous feeling ( you know the one I am talking about ! ) before I open a dialog to change document wide settings like Styles , or fiddle with my tables etc.