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OpenOffice 3.2 Released; 300 Million Downloads Of Past Versions

There are 3 comments on the technologyexpert.blogspot.com story from Feb 11, 2010, titled OpenOffice 3.2 Released; 300 Million Downloads Of Past Versions. In it, technologyexpert.blogspot.com reports that:

OpenOffice.org announced on Thursday that OpenOffice 3.2 was available for download. At the same time, they announced that including all versions of the software, OpenOffice had been downloaded 300 million times. Of that, 100 million has been OpenOffice 3 and later.

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“Ave Satanas”

Since: Dec 06

Bratislava, Slovakia

#1 Feb 12, 2010
I know this is off topic but does anyone have a recommendation for a PDF reader other than Adobe ?

Since: Apr 08

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#2 Feb 12, 2010
triple6vamp wrote:
I know this is off topic but does anyone have a recommendation for a PDF reader other than Adobe ?
For Windows: http://www.foxitsoftware.com/pdf/reader/

For Linux: http://www.foxitsoftware.com/pdf/desklinux/

“Ave Satanas”

Since: Dec 06

Bratislava, Slovakia

#3 Feb 12, 2010
Thank you Bama

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