OpenOffice.org 1.1 Beta

by Markus Nolte

OpenOffice.org 1.1beta is ready for immediate download. It is a stable beta but still has bugs. This release represents a significant advance of the application and incorporates the features and changes introduced with the developer builds of the last year. These include:

- Many new import/export formats such as PDF, Macromedia Flash, DocBook, several PDA Office file formats, flat XML and XHTML

- Support for Complex Text Layout (CTL) and languages such as Thai, Hindi, Arabic, Hebrew

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