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Here are some examples of various types software that we think you may like to utilise.

Open Office

Open Office is a great free office suite that can rival Microsoft Office. This software is compatible with Microsoft Office applications and allows you to save your files in the same format.

Open Office 2 includes:

  • Writer - Microsoft Word Compatible Word Processor Package.
  • Calc - Microsoft Excel Compatible Spreadsheet Package.
  • Impress - Microsoft Power Point Compatible Presentation Package.
  • Draw - Highly Capable Drawing/Graphics Package.
  • Base - Highly Capable Database Package.
  • Writer/Web - Highly Capable Web Design Package.
  • Math - A program for creating and editing mathematical formulae, similar to Microsoft Equation Editor.

Please Note: Download and install Open Office 2 before the UK Language Pack or the software will not install.

Web site:

Other platforms available at this site include Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux ("Linux"), Sun Solaris, Mac OS X (under X11) and FreeBSD.

Adobe Reader

Every office needs Adobe Reader and here are 2 versions for you. Adobe Reader is a cross platform image/text viewer which is used through out the industry.

Please Note: Download and install Adobe Reader 6.0 before Adobe Reader 7.0 or the software will not install.

Web site:Adobe

Other platforms available at site include Symbian OS, Pocket P.C. and Palm OS.

PDF Creator

Ever wanted to create your own PDF files similar to Adobes? PDF files are great for creating large text/image documents that have to be used on any platform (Windows, Linux, Apple). With this software you can do exactly that!

Simply install the software then change your printer to PDF creator. Instead of printing it will make a copy of your document from Word, Excel, Open Office or a variety of other file types.

Web site:PDF Creator

Other platforms available at site include 32-bit MS Windows (95/98) and All 32-bit MS Windows (95/98/NT/2000/XP.


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