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Alternatives to Office
Here you can find an incredible collection of great FREE Office Suites (Desktop & Portable Office Suites, Personal Finance Software etc…)
You can take your pick dudes….
My favourite FREE Office Suite listed there is definitely “SSuite Office – Premium HD”, the world’s first free HD optimized office software suite!!
But “SSuite Office – Excalibur Release” is also a superb software!!
And if you prefer a Portable solution, “SSuite Office – BladeRunner” is the way to go!
if you don’t want to install anything in your PC, why not use ZOHO, the best online Cloud Office Suites available on the market right now?
the only office that comes close to Microsoft is Softmaker Office followed by Livre Office.
For general use (97% of home users), why not. Overall, it’s a good product. But you cannot use VBA macros, including .XLA files.
The advantage of Kingsoft products is they function like M$ ones; and you can install only what interests you. The very good: no ribbon if you hate it like I do.
Free alternatives are OpenOffice and LibreOffice, but these have taken paths not really towards lightness, simplicity and efficiency; moreover, they mimic some of the best irritating MS Office flaws, and you must install the whole 300+ MB suite. Then, in those office suites, VBA is useless; aggravating, macro programming is a PITA: no or very poor, if any, documentation; no macro recording.
Kingsoft Spreadsheet will open native .xlsx files and allow modifications. However, it only saves to .xls format (not a problem really as that gives more compatibility with majority of users – especially those still using MS Excel 2003, on XP for instance).
Problem exists with files created via Wondershare PDF Converter – which only generates .xlsx versions; these always crash my KS Pro edition.
I found Kingsoft Writer, which has the best of both worlds: did a fine job with the ribbon, but also starts up much faster then Microsoft. I think its because Kinsoft is not based on Microsoft’s .NET nonsence but rather on QT engine stuff.
Believe me, I’ve tried all the free available office suites (including the nice ones you suggest) and some paid ones as well (which was previously the case for Kingsoft), but none comes close to Kingsoft, at least as far as Writer is concerned, in terms of “look ‘n feel”. In most screens, you can speak of a real clone, at least of Word XP & 2003, to which it adds a tab facility, which to me is quite sufficient: I don’t know of any seasoned Word user who benefits from the ribboned 2007/2010 ones; on the contrary, this ribbon thing, that might prove easier for a genuine new user, really does slow me down!).
My two other gripes with Kingsoft Writer are the fact that it does not recognize the few basic Word macro’s I use and, worse, that I do need Dutch and French dictionaries for my work and
only an English one is available
For basic text editing, nothing surpasses little Jarte (www.jarte.com/) for ease of use and speed, once you get used to their particular but very effective UI. And it’s portable as well. I use it as a Notepad/Wordpad and even Word replacement (on texts with basic editing).