X-ApacheOpenOffice v4.1.5 [rev5]

billon on 4 Jan 2018
  • 436MB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 4 Jan 2018
  • Suggested by Mark Williams

Apache OpenOffice is a full-featured, cross-platform office suite compatible with all major office suites and 100s of file formats. Includes word processor, spreadsheet, database, presentations, drawing and math/formulas software.

X-ApacheOpenOffice is a portable version of Apache OpenOffice. Alternatively, Apache OpenOffice Portable is also available.

System Requirements: WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Writes settings to: Application folder
Unicode support: Yes
Path portability: Automatic compensation for dynamic drive letter in removable storage devices
License: Apache License 2.0
How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch X-ApacheOpenOffice.exe.
Similar/alternative apps: LibreOffice
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48 comments on X-ApacheOpenOffice  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

webfork 2017-12-30 17:04

@PAFuser: yeah I think we'll have to switch over to the PA version. Sigh.

v4.1.3 [rev5]

PAFuser 2017-12-29 03:27

https://portableapps.com/apps/office/openoffice_portable Version: 4.1.4 10/19/2017. Version: 4.1.5 is listed on OpenOffice site 12/28/2017 release.

v4.1.3 [rev5]

PAFuser 2016-09-02 20:49

Came across this today: "OpenOffice, after years of neglect, could shut down" at http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2016/09/openoffice-after-years-of-neglect-could-shut-down/

v4.1.2 [rev4]

webfork 2015-07-08 22:49

The reason to choose this office suite over LibreOffice is stability; while it's missing a lot of features, compatibility, customization, and other improvements in LibreOffice, crashes are very unusual.  I keep both on my machine depending on my needs.

v4.1.1 [rev4]

Mark 2010-03-18 13:33

Comepared to MS Office it't a bit of a dull knife. (For the average cook a dull knife does everything with a bit more effort.) OOO does everything you could possible need that MS office does (and a few very great things that MS office doesn't do, like editing PDF in the draw module).It only lacks some of the sharp WOW effects that MS office has. So if you want all functionality minus a few bells and whistles go for Open Office. If you think a a bit of eye candy and a slightly easier to use interface is worth several hundred $$ then shell out. I use the portable version at work because they use OOO 2.3 and the portable version gives me what I need.

justin 2010-02-26 22:59

OpenOffice 3.2 fixed the last bit of compatibility issues for me. And, unlike Steve, I'm just now uninstalling MSOffice and am totally dumping that bloatware overpriceware for good. It's not that MSOffice is worse or better, it's just that it's soooo 1990's to be paying for a wordprocessor, especially one that is based on a proprietary document format.

Steve 2010-02-16 17:00

I've tried OpenOffice and I think it's great for 80-90% of the basic work that needs to be done with .doc and .xls documents. However, I occasionally have documents I need to view/edit that just don't render properly in OpenOffice.

I would still use OpenOffice but only as a backup. I don't have it on my USB stick but I might end up putting it on there anyway...but I work on computers where almost every single one has MS Office on it.

Gav. 2010-01-26 13:19

Unlike alot of people here, I don't think OpenOffice is better than MS Office....
I'm simply not prepared to pay the price of netbook to do what my computer should be able to do out of the box.

mark 2009-12-06 18:56

I set up computers for lots of people. I've installed Open Office on every one and most of them thought they were using MS-Office. It's not as flasy looking but it does every thing 99% of the people neeed. Today. for the first time, I installed it on a Mac.

mantra 2009-11-21 15:22

love it
but is there only the writer component?
i mean i don't need the all open office


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