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* NeoOffice/C is no longer being developed. Archival information can be found [[NeoOffice/C|here]]. * NeoOffice/C is no longer being developed. Archival information can be found [[NeoOffice/C|here]].
* [[OpenOffice.org_and_its_Macintosh_ports|NeoOffice? NeoOffice/J? NeoOffice/C? RetroOffice? OpenOffice.org? X11? Huh? Which should I use?]] * [[OpenOffice.org_and_its_Macintosh_ports|NeoOffice? NeoOffice/J? NeoOffice/C? RetroOffice? OpenOffice.org? X11? Huh? Which should I use?]]

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This is the official wiki for NeoOffice, RetroOffice, and the Mac OS X port of OpenOffice.org, the ultimate open-source office suites; featuring a word processor, spreadsheet, presentation, database, drawing software, macros, and much more.

NeoOffice® 2017.4 Professional Edition is now available!

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Alternatives for Mac OS X users who prefer X11
Although this wiki is focused primarily on NeoOffice, there is also some content that is specific to X11 builds, and there are tips that apply equally to all OpenOffice.org-based applications.
RetroOffice™

RetroOffice™

An enhanced version of OpenOffice.org for those comfortable with UNIX.

RetroOffice uses X11 to function. The current release of RetroOffice is 2.2.5, and it runs on both PowerPC and Intel Macs.

OpenOffice.org Mac OS X (X11)

OpenOffice.org for Mac OS X (X11)

The version for those comfortable with UNIX.
It uses X11 to function. The current release for OpenOffice.org X11 is 3.0. There are releases for both PPC and Intel Macs.

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The NeoOffice community mourns the loss of our friend Jacqueline Gouguenheim-Desloy who has passed away. Jacqueline, who went by "jgd" in the NeoOffice forums, worked tirelessly to find answers to any problems that NeoOffice users encountered. In addition, Jacqueline not only wrote and translated numerous articles on this site, but she also co-authored the NeoOffice User's Guide. Jacqueline was one of those rare people that had a huge positive impact in many of our lives and we will miss her dearly.
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