OpenOffice (OpenOffice.org) is a popular free alternative to more expensive office software suites such as Microsoft Office. Here's a list of my favorite free OpenOffice extensions which can help boost your productivity.
Educators, teachers, students, and parents can find free OpenOffice (OpenOffice.org) extensions, which bring in specialized tools for academic tasks.
As a business professional, you likely have a lot to manage, whether you supervise a team or create projects on your own. These free OpenOffice (OpenOffice.org) extensions can bring you additional tools to help you succeed in your goals.
Writers and collaborators who use the free OpenOffice (OpenOffice.org) suite can find additional specialty tools called extensions, built with communicators in mind.
An alternative to suites like Microsoft Office for iPad without the price tag. Kingsoft's WPS Office is the new name for its Kingsoft Office suite.
In a battle between OpenOffice versus LibreOffice, which office software suite would win? Here's how to find out which would bring home the productivity title for you or your organization.
Tweet better! My list of popular office, work, or productivity hashtags for Twitter can help seasoned pros or novices.
Microsoft Office Online is composed of free, simplified versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote. This review takes you through my experience and recommendations using Microsoft Office Online for desktop or mobile.
Productivity can be improved simply by having the right tool for problems you are trying to solve. If you are a Google Apps user of Docs or Sheets, consider using these free add-ons to simply your daily tasks.
If you find yourself needing more Google Apps features for your academic pursuits--whether you are a teacher, student, administrator, or parent--you should check out something called an add-on.