Overview

The official catalog of Apache OpenOffice extensions. You'll find extensions ranging from dictionaries to tools to import PDF files and to connect with external databases. Extensions can improve your productivity, and are easy to use.

Features

  • The most popular Apache OpenOffice extensions including:
  • English dictionaries
  • Oracle PDF Import Extension (for OpenOffice 3.x)
  • German (de-DE frami) dictionaries
  • French dictionaries
  • US English Spell Checking Dictionary
  • And many more

Reviews (26)

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Highest Rated

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Only problem is to many crashes. Disabling auto-save not open but one document helps the situation.

ganerd
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Lowest Rated

1 of 5 2 of 5 3 of 5 4 of 5 5 of 5

I downloaded this extension and began to write and article, only to find that it wasn't spell-checking as I typed. Then when I tried to get a spell-check on the term, ad nauseam, it wasn't even in the dictionary, and I had a hard time even getting to the dictionary to check it. I'm used to right-clicking a word to do a spell-check, and don't like having to drop down a menu and ask for it.

sooner77
drbode
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Since days I try to download extensions / templates and only get error messages 1. Server: extensions.openoffice.org 2. URL path: /en/most_popular 3. Error notes: NONE 4. Error type: 404 5. Request method: GET 6. Request query string: NONE 7. Time: 2015-07-22 21:01:16 UTC (1437598876) I have no clue where my error is how to download these feature which are in some cases essential for me (like spell checker)

Posted 07/22/2015
susygui
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I couldn't donwload the templates!!!! An error It occurred when I try to got it

Posted 07/22/2015
sooner77
1 of 5 2 of 5 3 of 5 4 of 5 5 of 5

I downloaded this extension and began to write and article, only to find that it wasn't spell-checking as I typed. Then when I tried to get a spell-check on the term, ad nauseam, it wasn't even in the dictionary, and I had a hard time even getting to the dictionary to check it. I'm used to right-clicking a word to do a spell-check, and don't like having to drop down a menu and ask for it.

Posted 04/26/2015
sooner77
1 of 5 2 of 5 3 of 5 4 of 5 5 of 5

I downloaded this extension and began to write and article, only to find that it wasn't spell-checking as I typed. Then when I tried to get a spell-check on the term, ad nauseam, it wasn't even in the dictionary, and I had a hard time even getting to the dictionary to check it. I'm used to right-clicking a word to do a spell-check, and don't like having to drop down a menu and ask for it.

Posted 04/26/2015
kurtzmanr
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Extensions for OpenOffice 4 make it a HUGE DOWNGRADE from OpenOffice 3. Extensions that used to be automatic, like the spelling dictionary are not even available. Like many others I depend on my word processor to check my spelling. I also have LibreOffice on my Linux computer. It has a speller that works.

Posted 08/23/2014
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