NeoOffice
NeoOffice
2017.22

3.3

NeoOffice free download for Mac

NeoOffice2017.22

31 December 2019

Mac-tailored, OpenOffice-based productivity suite.

Overview

NeoOffice is a complete office suite for OS X. With NeoOffice, users can view, edit, and save OpenOffice documents, PDF files, and most Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents.

NeoOffice 3.x and OpenOffice users: before you buy NeoOffice, we recommend that you click on the "NeoOffice support" link and read the list of changes.

Improvements to NeoOffice that users will not find in OpenOffice:

  • Open Calc or Impress instead of Writer at launch using the NeoOffice > Open at Launch menu
  • OS X Versions
  • Native OS X grammar checking
  • Native OS X text highlighting
  • Native file locking support for local and networked volumes
  • OS X Services support
  • Native floating tool windows

What's new in NeoOffice

Version 2017.22:
This version of NeoOffice fixes the following bugs:
  • NeoOffice would sometimes crash when connecting or disconnecting a display due to our fix for LibreOffice bug 85499

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Septic Monkey
27 November 2019
Version: 2017.20

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This would actually be a very decent office suite if it didn't always crash-on-save. In the few hours I test drove NeoOffice, I found the user interface to be comfortable on the eyes and not cluttered with too much stuff that I'll probably never use. The best thing is that it is faster than Libre Office (which makes me wait about 40+ seconds every time I save / export to ... something.) I'll stick to Libre Office for now and watch spinning pizzas all day.
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DragonMaster
30 December 2019
Version: 2017.22
Far better than Microsoft Office. I have never had crash problems and have been using NeoOffice For for several years. It handles docx files better than Word does and those are Word created files! Docx files created in NeoOffice are more easily imported into apps like QuarkXpress because it creates far fewer random styles within a document that you are totally unaware of until you ry to import it into Quark for instance. Tremendous flexibility in use of fonts and creating your own personal styles. Most recently finished a 2000 plus page book with notes and illustrations with the most minimal of problems. For scholars and those use ancient languages the availability of dictionaries/spell checkers in AncientGreek, Hebrew, Latin and a host of other languages is nothing short of amazing.
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Septic Monkey
27 November 2019
Version: 2017.20
This would actually be a very decent office suite if it didn't always crash-on-save. In the few hours I test drove NeoOffice, I found the user interface to be comfortable on the eyes and not cluttered with too much stuff that I'll probably never use. The best thing is that it is faster than Libre Office (which makes me wait about 40+ seconds every time I save / export to ... something.) I'll stick to Libre Office for now and watch spinning pizzas all day.
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Fundacion-La-Pegunta
09 September 2019
Version: 2017.19
Where is the application in the spanish app store? Where is there a support email? Has the company disappeared?
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RogerKatz
18 June 2018
Version: 2017.9
The current version is 2017.10
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RogerKatz
09 April 2018
Version: 2017.7
The current version is 2017.8 (via Mac App Store).
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Ptk3
30 September 2017
Version: 2017.3
NeoOffice had a reason to exist back in the early 2000's (and even before, in the late 90's); MacOS was not UNIX based, there are nor free neither open source opposition to MS Office: NeoOffice was then one of the first introduction of Unix open source app in the mac universe. It made sense, then. Now, the source from where Neo was forked, OpenOffice, is totaly avalaible on Mac OS. Plus, a second fork, with a powerfull community of developpers, including the original devs of the Open Office projects, LibreOffice, is also avalaible on Mac OS. Third, the office domination is not as powerfull as before. There are lots of solutions to type, edit, design and publish text around, that fits better the web world than print-oriented old Office suite. So, who needs NeoOffice now? And who wants to pay for it, though its siblings are free? Why devs spend their precious free time on it ? If someone can explain it to me, I appreciate.
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2.5
Igor-Freiberger
19 August 2017
Version: 2017
I use NeoOffice since 2012 but don't see why its users should update and pay $30. There is almost no change from the prior version. The adoption of LibreOffice 4.4 code is hardly attractive if it does not bring concrete improvements —and LibreOffice itself is already in version 5.4. After so many years, the features NeoOffice adds to the free packages (OpenOffice and LibreOffice) are still the same. Even its site fails to describe any reason to update. For now, it is better to keep using the old version, which is quite good, or maybe try LibreOffice.
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RogerKatz
22 July 2016
Version: 2015.7
the current version is 2015.8
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Mikael-B
08 December 2015
Version: 2014.13
Unlike in the videos I've seen I have no tabulator option in the Paragraph view. Anyone know how to add and edit tabulators in NeoOffice?
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0.5
SidnaS
12 November 2015
Version: 2015.1
Slow buggy crappy software which is not free anymore while are its other variations by other developers are still free !!!! Bye Bye Neo Office and hello to Libre Office !!!
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