Portable OpenOffice.org on a USB Drive

Portable OpenOffice.org can now be installed on a USB drive to take with you anywhere.

January 6th, 2006 • Mobile •
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For those of you who need to write that article or post on the run, you can now use PortableApps's Portable OpenOffice install.

One of the great things with OpenOffice (besides being portable at this point) is that you can read and write your existing Word, Excel, and Powerpoint files without all the overhead. Nice, huh?

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