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Ashampoo Office 2010 is a powerful, efficient, yet easy to handle office software that serves the needs of both private users and companies. Create extensive documents fast and with total ease, streamline and enhance your spreadsheets with meaningful charts, and grab your audience's attention with multimedia-based presentations.
With the word processor Ashampoo TextMaker, the spreadsheet Ashampoo PlanMaker, and the presentation graphics program Ashampoo Presentations, Ashampoo Office 2010 provides you with the most important applications for home and office use alike.
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I don’t know why Ashampoo put a Martian on the box for this product, but it is good to know you can install it to a USB stick to have a portable copy to take anywhere on any computer.Comment by Mom's Basement — December 22nd, 2014 at 3:06 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9) Reply
for portable version: run %ProgramFiles(x86)%\Ashampoo\Ashampoo Office 2010\usbstick.exe or %ProgramFiles%\Ashampoo\Ashampoo Office 2010\usbstick.exeComment by maynak00 — December 22nd, 2014 at 3:56 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8) Reply
That’s a really good tip. But why isn’t that option on the main menu? Or is it hidden somewhere there?
I’ve been using the SoftMaker version which is the same suite. I have to say it really is a nice Office Suite to use rather than MS Office. I also prefer to use this over OpenOffice or LibreOffice because I don’t have to install Java. It is also very fast on start-up and light when installed, about 83mb, but it lacks some programs that the other suites have.
I recommend everyone to give it a try.
Really good office suite!
… were often positive mentioned at ‘ct’ the most (only?) serious german computer magazine.
small hint for those who are ‘phobic’ on Ashampoo registrations:
- unpack the installer (inno-Installer) e.g. with ‘UniExtract’ – you will avoid to be forced to create an account at Ashampoo at all
- If you are are just afraid of spam:
1. DO create an account at Ashampoo(!)
2. log into this account
3. deactivate all letters/informers etc. Thats all!
Result: You will never ever get spam from them. AND you can log-in at any time an re-download and re-use some of your activations!
Would not install under WINE so I booted into windows to have a look.
It’s a reasonably strait forward office suite. Visually it’s very dated. If you prefer the look of MSOffice before the ribbon, you’ll be comfortable. I didn’t fully check out the presentation software so I’ll not mention it. It’s got all the basics for basic documents.
The spreadsheet charts look like they’ve been taken directly from Excel 2003 – even down to the colour palette.
It uses non standard keyboard shortcuts for a number of commands. This is unlikely to affect some people, but for those of use who have spent more than 20 years hitting ‘Alt O’ to format, things like this this can be infuriating and is enough to make me walk away. Inserting a row or column in the spreadsheet almost sent me screaming from the room.
There’s no support for macros, so if you’re using documents that contain VBA scripts, they’re not going to work properly. It’s also not compatible with reference management software such as Mendley or Endnote which are essential for me. You can build an internal reference database similar to Libre office, but when you’ve got dedicated software for the job that integrates seamlessly with Word or Writer, this is pretty clunky and painful.
All in all, it’s OK if you only need to use it for the basics. You could comfortably use it to write a novel or do up your household budget. If you need tools for developing technical publications, it’s not quite up to the job.
For household use, grab it while it’s free, but if you had to pay, I can’t see why I’d hand over cash when Libre office can do far more for.Comment by Entruchio Marchubar — December 22nd, 2014 at 5:33 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2) Reply
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