Free/Open-source Spreadsheet Programs

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| Here are some of the most known free/open-source software spreadsheet
| applications:
|
| Gnumeric
| Gnumeric is part of the GNOME desktop and has Windows installers available.
| It is intended to be a free replacement for proprietary spreadsheet programs
| such as Microsoft Excel, which it broadly and openly emulates.
|
| [...]
|
| GNU Oleo
| GNU Oleo is a lightweight free software spreadsheet software package. Oleo
| was originally designed as a text-based spreadsheet (using the curses
| library).
|
| [...]
|
| KSpread
| KSpread is part of KOffice, an integrated office suite for the KDE Desktop
| Environment.
|
| [...]
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http://www.junauza.com/2008/04/freeo...-programs.html


Related:

A first look at the Linux friendly Google Docs &
Spreadsheets project

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| But for the rest of us, this move by Google is a great leap
| forward as it has successfully de-linked the productivity
| applications from the Operating System and it is possible
| to view, collaborate and edit ones documents from within
| any OS - be it Windows, Linux, Mac OSX or any other as
| long as you have access to a web browser.
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http://linuxhelp.blogspot.com/2006/1...ly-google.html