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Old 08-25-2009, 07:21 PM   #1
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Last version of KOffice for KDE 3.5.10


Does anyone know the last version of the KOffice tools that can be built for KDE 3.5.10?

Specifically I am interested in KWord. I would like to use it but I have found some really annoying bugs, sorry undocumented ways to exit, that make it unusable. I tried downloading the most recent stable version but it requires KDE 4.
 
  


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