Sunday, July 13, 2014

linux Kingsoft Office

 Kingsoft Office for Linux A12 has been released with many new features.

In this new version, we are able to support more file formats, including docx(rw), rtf(rw), xml(ro), enabling you to be able to swap files with more partners.

A more modern owner-draw title bar is enabled in this version. It looks more unified. Taking into account the needs of some users, we also retain the option to enable you to freely switch between system title bar and owner-draw title bar.

Kingsoft Office for Linux A12 contains many detail improvements. Improvements bring a better user experience. For example, it will automatically switch to present the desktop when the user double clicks to open files.

For more details, you can read our release notes in download page.

Interesting in A12? Get it now.

WPS Office Highlights

Compatible with Fedora, CentOS, OpenSUSE, Ubuntu, Mint, Knoppix and more
Supports both 32 and 64 bit systems
Fully compatible with Microsoft Office
Spell check now available in over 10 different languages
Supported by our open source community

Compatible With Microsoft Office Supports PPT, DOC, DOCX, XLS And XLSX Save Documents As A PDF


Fully compatible with Microsoft PowerPoint (.PPT)
Insert photos, videos, custom animation and more
Create graphs, charts and tables
Open multiple presentations in one window using Tabs


Fully compatible with Microsoft Office (.DOC and .DOCX)
Insert photos, tables and charts into documents
Rich text, page and paragraph formatting features
Collaborate with others using track changes and comments
Open multiple documents in one window using Tabs
Drag and Drop paragraph adjustment tool to easily change page formatting

Fully compatible with Microsoft Exel (.XLS and .XLSX)
Worksheets supports functions for finance, statistics, IT, engineering and more
Insert photos, graphs, charts and tables
Auto-fit cells to their contents
Includes a 100 common functions and formulas
Auto-contract condenses and summarizes cells with large volumes of content

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