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However, Java is structured differently on Leopard than it was on Mac OS X 10.4 "Tiger". Thus OpenOffice 2.3.x is not able to recognize the JRE on Leopard. As of 2008-Mar-14, the Mac OS X 10.4/5 download page says,




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Since encountering the above error in Anaphraseus 1.21 (the latest version available at extensions.services.openoffice.org), I have installed version 1.22b (beta) available from sourceforge.net. The error seems to have been fixed. Now I will test the extension.


Open XML Converter to convert files that were created in Office 2008 for Mac or Office 2007 for Windows, so you can open, edit and save them in earlier versions of Office for Mac. Requires Mac OS 10.4.9 or newer.


OpenOffice for Mac is a free powerful office suite that provides a good replacement for Microsoft Office for Mac. This version is for older PPC Macs that are running OS X 10.3 or higher. You can download the latest version for Intel Mac here.


OpenOffice for Mac is a multi-platform and multilingual office suite that is compatible with all other major office suites (meaning it will open and edit Word, Powerpoint documents etc) and best of all, its absolutely free to use.


OpenOffice.org (OOo), commonly known as OpenOffice, is a discontinued open-source office suite. Active successor projects include LibreOffice (the most actively developed[10][11][12]), Apache OpenOffice,[13] Collabora Online (enterprise ready LibreOffice) and NeoOffice (commercial, and available only for macOS).


On 19 July 2000 at OSCON, Sun Microsystems announced it would make the source code of StarOffice available for download with the intention of building an open-source development community around the software and of providing a free and open alternative to Microsoft Office.[14][15][24] The new project was known as OpenOffice.org,[25] and the code was released as open source on 13 October 2000.[26] The first public preview release was Milestone Build 638c, released in October 2001 (which quickly achieved 1 million downloads[20]); the final release of OpenOffice.org 1.0 was on 1 May 2002.[1]


The mission of OpenOffice.org is to create, as a community, the leading international office suite that will run on all major platforms and provide access to all functionality and data through open-component based APIs and an XML-based file format.


The OpenOffice.org 2 series attracted considerable press attention.[152][153][154][155][156][157][158][159] A PC Pro review awarded it 6 stars out of 6 and stated: "Our pick of the low-cost office suites has had a much-needed overhaul, and now battles Microsoft in terms of features, not just price."[160] Federal Computer Week listed OpenOffice.org as one of the "5 stars of open-source products",[161] noting in particular the importance of OpenDocument. Computerworld reported that for large government departments, migration to OpenOffice.org 2.0 cost one tenth of the price of upgrading to Microsoft Office 2007.[162]


A number of open source and proprietary products derive at least some code from OpenOffice.org, including AndrOpen Office,[203] Apache OpenOffice, ChinaOffice, Co-Create Office, EuroOffice 2005,[204] Go-oo, KaiOffice, IBM Lotus Symphony, IBM Workplace, Jambo OpenOffice (the first office suite in Swahili),[205][206][207] LibreOffice, MagyarOffice, MultiMedia Office, MYOffice 2007, NeoOffice, NextOffice, OfficeOne, OfficeTLE, OOo4Kids,[208] OpenOfficePL, OpenOffice.org Portable,[209] OpenOfficeT7, OpenOffice.ux.pl, OxOffice,[210] OxygenOffice Professional,[211][212] Pladao Office,[213] PlusOffice Mac,[214] RedOffice,[38][137][215] RomanianOffice, StarOffice/Oracle Open Office, SunShine Office, ThizOffice, UP Office, White Label Office,[216][217][218][219] WPS Office Storm (the 2004 edition of Kingsoft Office) and 602Office.[220]


Apache OpenOffice is the leading open-source office software suite for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, graphics, databases and more. Apache OpenOffice has been downloaded over 100 million times. It is available in many languages and works on all common computers. It stores all your data in an international open standard format and can also read and write files from other common office software packages. It can be downloaded and used completely free of charge for any purpose.


VersionTracker's features are similar to those on MacUpdate, but, like MacUpdate, the VersionTracker site lists thousands of programs. There are, however, other download sites that list far fewer programs and that use screening methods so they will only list "better" programs. Two of these sites are Softpedia and Pure Mac. Apple's website also has a Mac OS X downloads section with descriptions of programs. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle []).push();However, no evaluations or reviews are given on Apple's site. Another excellent source for good software for Mac OS X 10.4 is an open source software site. Some of the best free software programs - like OpenOffice or the Gimp - are open source programs. Two good sites for downloading quality open source software are Open Source Mac and FreeSMUG. Here you'll find some of the highest quality software programs available for Mac OS X 10.4, including programs that emulate the most expensive commercial software for the Mac. For example, the Gimp is a PhotoShop-like advanced photo editing program and OpenOffice is a free version of an office suite similar to Microsoft Office. Note that some open source programs require that you first install X11 (on the Mac OS X 10.4 install disks) and some will not yet work well on Intel Macs.Another source for good free software actually requires a small investment of money. Several of the top Macintosh magazines include a disk full of software with the magazine. Most of the freeware programs can be downloaded from the previously mentioned websites, but if you don't have a fast Internet connection, the small cost of a magazine may be a good alternative for you. Also, at least two of the UK magazines, MacFormat and MacWorld UK, often include full free versions of top quality commercial software. Many times the programs are not the latest versions of the software, but most, if not all, run fine on Mac OS X 10.4. And, in many cases, the older versions of quality commercial programs serve the needs of most home users very well. The programs offered sometimes cost several hundred dollars when originally sold so the small cost of the magazine may be worthwhile for programs that meet your needs. In addition to the free programs, you usually get special offers for upgrading the programs as well as a quality magazine with excellent and interesting articles.With the information in this article you should now be able to acquire most of the quality software you need - for free.Copyright 2006 Claire J Rottenberg- You have permission to publish this article electronically in free-only publications such as a website or an ezine as long as the bylines and all hyperlinks are included. If you post this article on a website/forum/blog, all URLs must be set to hyperlinks (clickable links). - You are not allowed to change or delete any words or links in the article or resource box. Paragraph breaks must be retained with the article. - You are not allowed to post/reprint this article in any sites/publications that contain or support hate, violence or pornography or in any indecent or illegal sites/publications. - You are not allowed to use this article in UCE (Unsolicited Commercial Email) or SPAM. - You are not permitted to insert affiliate links into any part of this article or into the author's resource box.


First, open a web browser and load ECN's UNIX support site. At the bottom of the page, you will find the ASCII-based root certificate, with an extension of .crt. Click that link to download it. See Figure 1.


When automatic installation fails, you will be presented with a window that has a link to download the VPN client installer to your computer. Click the Mac OS X 10.4+ (intel) link to download the manual installer.


There is a distrubution of Ubuntu linux for the PowerPC, it is pretty current. I have it as a secondary boot option on my powermac g4, and it runs fine. your tibook will run up to mac os x 10.4.11, natively. so you could download the ubuntu powerpc edition, burn it to a cd, and boot from the disk. but if you want to have two operating systems, ubuntu wont show up under "Startup Disk", you will have to hold the option key while booting, and select Linux, Or Mac OS. 350c69d7ab


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