Openoffice History

Open Office Templates (OO.o or OOo), commonly known as OpenOffice, is an open-source software application suite available for a number of different computer operating systems. It is distributed as free software and written using its own GUI toolkit. It supports the ISO/IEC standard OpenDocument Format (ODF) for data interchange as its default file format, as well as Microsoft Office formats among others. originated as StarOffice, an office suite developed by StarDivision and acquired by Sun Microsystems in August 1999. The source code of the suite was released in July 2000 with the aim of reducing the dominant market share of Microsoft Office by providing a free and open alternative; later versions of StarOffice are based upon with additional proprietary components.

The project and software are commonly known as OpenOffice, but this term is a trademark held by a company in the Netherlands co-founded by Wouter Hanegraaff and is also in use by Orange UK, requiring the project to adopt as its formal name. comprises a collection of applications that work together closely to provide the features from a modern office suite. Many of the components are designed to mirror those available in Microsoft Office. The components available are Writer (word processor application), Calc (spreadsheet application), Impress (presentation application), Base (Database application), Draw (Drawing application), and Math (For creating and editing mathematical formulas).

This site is created to provide free openoffice templates that are ready to be used and modified easily.

2015 Calendar Templates

These are openoffice writer templates for 2015 Calendars. These calendars should ease you creating a plan for year 2015 without creating a calendar from the beginning. With these templates, you can focus on finding the correct dates and creating your plan. There are two models you can download and use.

The first calendar is a one page calendar where all months are aligned in tabular style while the second one is a 12-page calendar, one month in one page. You can use the first one and print it directly if your intention is to have a calendar where you can scratch it at anytime, especially if you have unplanned event or you want to make it as a schedule to be distributed among your groups. You can use the second one if you plan to write a short note below the dates within the same page. You can print and stick it on your wall or you can insert it within your workbook. You can personalize these calendars, too. You can change its font size and color, add new background, change paper size, remove or modify notes parts, etc. Beside using openoffice, you can also use libreoffice to customize these calendars. If you need a more sophisticated one, you can download the calc version.

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Grocery List Template

Shopping for daily needs is probably not as fun as when you take time to shop fashion items. However, since it is the priority consideration, it is important for you to make sure that all of those things needed for daily life are fulfilled. That is why you need to list what things to buy and give checks to each item. Do not have any idea how to create the listing?

Grocery List allows you to remember all of the items needed daily, weekly and monthly. There is no limitation for you to list how many things. It is optional, depending on your needs. If you are looking for a custom grocery list, you can download it here. But, it needs OpenOffice to do some customization. You will find some optional listings which contain of different amount of items. You can still add to or remove some from the list. With this grocery list, you can also compare the prices of the wanted items from one store or mart to another. You will see which mart that offers the cheapest price. This is a smart idea to press the expenses.

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Net Present Value Calculator

Within financial field, there is always a way to predict whether a new company or business project is going to make profit or not. In order to predict that, some will find standards that in essence could be used to check on value measurement. Some of such standard are being called as Net Present Value (NPV), IRR, PP, and ARR. This time, we would present Net Present Value as one of the standards used for measuring the value of business project. NPV terms can be explained as the “difference amount” between the sums of discounted: cash inflows and cash outflows. It compares the present value of money today to the present value of money in future which including inflation and returns in its calculation

When we speak about Net Present Value calculator, it is imperative to understand that the result will vary. However, each standard has its own method, so the result should different from one standard to another. One common thing that they all can be used to value the investment that is about to be done by yours. That calculator, on the other hand, can help you – as an investor – to calculate all the present values in term of cash outflows as well as cash inflows.  Basically, the calculator should help you creating financial reports of which relates to your investment.

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Periodic Table of Elements

For some student, science is not an easy subject to learn. It is tougher than math. Some others may think otherwise. It can be fun to solve science cases. It will be more exciting to do any experiment with different chemical liquid in the laboratory. However, the correct calculation is required to produce the successful experiment. So, what does a student of science like you need?

It is Periodic Table. Are you familiar with this? It consists of many elements and is applicable on different industries especially chemistry and chemical engineering. The table has been known for years ago, but the format is always renewed as many new elements are found. That is why you are not able to use the old table for studying. You need the new Periodic Table. Besides consisting of element names and symbols, it also should cover brief information about each cell. You are always able to read it when studying the science.

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Bowling Scoresheet

Have you ever played bowling? If you play bowling for the first time, perhaps you will get confuse about its score regulation. Bowling has its own score system which you cannot find in other type of sports. If you want to have a perfect game, you have to get 12 strikes (strike is hitting those 10 pins in the same time) in a row. 9 strikes in 1 – 9 frame, and 3 strikes in 10 frame. If you cannot get a strike, you will have a chance for getting a spare (spare is hitting 10 pins in two occasions in one frame). By getting a strike or spare, you will have a bonus point which will be added at the end of the following frame.

If you want to understand more about the score regulation, you can download this OpenOffice Bowling Scoresheet which is created with the same scoring formula. You can simulate your game and put your number in this spreadsheet. And you will see the score outcome based on your input. You can use this spreadsheet as your scoresheet also. You can put your score result in this spreadsheet and save it. You can duplicate the worksheets as many times as you want so you can have your bowling score history, which probably you will need to analyze your game.

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