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Abiword – Open source word processing

Friday, October 5th, 2007

Abisoft is an open source, freeware word processing program that works in a similar fashion to Microsoft Word. It’s actually multi platform (currently available for Windows, Linux, QNX, FreeBSD or Solaris).

This program is able to both read and write documents, Microsoft Word documents, WordPerfect documents, Rich Text Format documents, HTML web pages and much more.

What i like about it is the smallness of it and it doesn’t require a whole lot of resources to run it, which is a good thing at anytime, but especially if you’re on a somewhat older computer. This has all the features most people use and non of the unnecessary ones.

It’s worth checking out if you need the basic functions of this kind of software but without all the bloat of similar programs and without having to pay a penny!

Go to the homepage here.

Solve Your Integartion Problems With Siginet’s Office Integrator

Tuesday, August 21st, 2007

1175329925-1.gifIf you’ve ever used Windows before and you’ve had your computer for more than a couple of years, then chances are that you’ve gone through multiple versions of both Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office. People that have done this know that it can sometimes be a real pain integrating everything together simply because of how annoying Windows can be at times. Office is of course made by the same parent company and sometimes making things backwards compatible tends to slip the minds of the developers at Microsoft, so you end up with some nasty surprises when you are trying to upgrade.

Programs like the Office Integrator 0.6 by Siginet Software are able to help you deal with at least some of these problems.  It is a program designed to be able to slipstream all of the different Service Packs as well as the Hotfixes needed for the particular version of Microsoft office that you might have.   It does this primarily through the use of an online database and it queries this database in order to determine whether your updates are slipstreamed and fix them if they aren’t. It is a very handy piece of software to have around and since it also happens to be free, it really is a catch!

More information about the Office Integrator can be found on their website sat or on their forums at

Create And Print Quotes/Estimates Easily With Star Quotes

Tuesday, April 24th, 2007

1138276541-1.jpgStar Quotes is a simple yet powerful program used to make the process of typing up and printing quotes/estimates easy.

With great features that simplify the whole process of creating and printing quotes, you will find this software quite useful. Star Quotes help save all your different customers and items so you don’t have to go through the stress of rekeying these every time, this makes quote creation so much easier.

Some of the cool features you will enjoy in this software include:

  • Unlimited Quotation Records
  • Unlimited Customers
  • Unlimited Items
  • Email Quotes
  • Print to PDF format
  • Print quotes directly to Laser/Injet printers
  • Use either Margin percentages or direct price calculations
  • Add Customers and Items on the fly


Check it out for yourself, Go to

OfficeFIX – restore your corrupt or damaged office files easily

Friday, January 12th, 2007

1054717973-1.jpgHaving a good data recovery software can really be a life saver. If you’ve ever problems accessing precious data or important documents because of corrupt or damaged files, at home or at work, then you know what I’m talking about. OfficeFIX is a good data recovery software that can help you put an end to such troubles.

OfficeFIX is a data recovery software suite that restores corrupt or damaged Access data bases created using MS Access 95, 97, 2000 and XP, all versions of Excel, and all versions of Word. This Suite includes ExcelFIX, AccesssFIX, and WordFIX.

How does it work?

When an Office file shows an error while trying to open it, chances are it is corrupt. OfficeFIX extracts the information from the file and creates a new file that is trouble free in a short time. Helping you access your data without stress.

Want to check it out? Visit:

Office DocumentsRescue Professional 4.4 – Get Your Lost Documents Back!

Sunday, December 17th, 2006

1103933356-1.jpgIt could be really distressing not being able to find a valuable document you could have sworn was supposed to be there. Yeah! Believe me I Know that feeling. That’s why a software like Office DocumentsRescue Professional whose purpose is to retrieve your lost documents can really be a life saver.

Office DocumentsRescue Professional helps recover lost data from Hard Drives, CompactFlash cards (type I/II), IBM Microdrives, SmartMedia cards, MultiMedia cards (MMCs), Secure Digital (SD) cards, Memory Sticks, CD/DVD disks and any other storage device with the addition of wide range file format support: DOC, XLS, PPT, RTF, LIT, etc. It is an effective document recovery tool for Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Publisher, Visio etc

The real beauty of this software is that it doesn’t matter what caused your loss of document; PC crashes, accidental deletions, formatting of hard drive etc, Office Documents Rescue Pro gets it back for you. Isn’t it great?

Do you know how many jobs have been lost to lost documents? This might be your job saver, Check it out HERE.

1st Release Of Vista And Office 2007 Out! [For Businesses]

Sunday, December 3rd, 2006

3342342523.jpgNo longer is it just talk-talk-talk! The first phase of the release of Windows Vista and Microsoft Office 2007 has just been implemented. At an event held on Thursday, Microsoft’s Steve Balmer announced the business availability of Windows Vista, Microsoft 2007 and over 30 other applications that are targeted for the business world.

The event was held at the NASDAQ Marketsite in New York City. 11 years ago Microsoft pulled this kind of double release stunt [Windows 95 and Office 95] and had a record breaking success. Will history repeat itself for Vista and Office 2007? Let’s wait and see.

Microsoft said it plans to spend “hundreds of millions” of dollars to market the Windows upgrade. The marketing budget will eclipse the $500 million Microsoft spent to market Windows XP, the predecessor to Windows Vista.

Now that Microsoft has stayed true to their promise of releasing the first version for businesses, we can rest assured that we all will be able to get the “everybody version” [consumer version] early next year as promised.

Click here for the full gist of the launch.

Click here for more info on Office 2007 and free test drive of Office 2007.

Microsoft Office 2007

Thursday, November 16th, 2006

microsoft_office_badge.JPGNow that Microsoft has finalized the code of Microsoft Office 2007 at last, corporate customers will be able to get their hands on Office Small Business 2007 soon.

The rest of us will have to wait until early next year to buy a boxed version of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and the other members of the Office 2007 family. The consumer editions of Microsoft Office 2007 will hit the stores early next year, in step with the Vista operating system.

Some of the major changes in Office 2007 include the fact that major programs each organize features into tabs rather than drop-down menus and dialog boxes and New XML-based files, which squeeze more data into fewer kilobytes have been added. It is worthy of note that you won’t be able to open a file in the new format immediately when using earlier versions of the programs. This will make sharing work with people without the new version [those who haven’t upgraded] difficult. (more…)

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