The Apache Software Foundation Announces Apache OpenOffice 4.1.11

Apache Software Foundation

WILMINGTON, DE — The Apache® Software Foundation (ASF) recently announced Apache OpenOffice® 4.1.11, the popular Open Source office-document productivity suite.

Used by millions of organizations, institutions, and individuals around the world, Apache OpenOffice delivered 317M+ downloads* and provides more than $25M in value to users per day. Apache OpenOffice supports more than 40 languages, offers hundreds of ready-to-use extensions, and is the productivity suite of choice for governments seeking to meet mandates for using ISO/IEC standard Open Document Format (ODF) files.

“Users worldwide depend on OpenOffice to meet their office productivity needs,” said Carl Marcum, Vice President of Apache OpenOffice. “We are proud to offer improved security and availability with our latest release. Businesses of all sizes across numerous industries, educational institutions, non-profits, digitally-inclusive communities, application developers, and countless others rely on Apache OpenOffice to efficiently create, manage, and deliver high-impact, integrated content.”

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Apache OpenOffice comprises six productivity applications: Writer (word processor), Calc (spreadsheet tool), Impress (presentation editor), Draw (vector graphics drawing editor), Math (mathematical formula editor), and Base (database management program). The OpenOffice suite ships for Windows, macOS, and Linux.

Apache OpenOffice v4.1.11
The 14th release under the auspices of the ASF, OpenOffice v4.1.11 reflects dozens of improvements, features, and bug fixes that include:

  • New Writer Fontworks gallery
  • Updated document types where hyperlink is allowed
  • Updated Windows Installer
  • Increased font size in Help

In addition, the project is mitigating 5 CVE (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) reports, three of which will be disclosed on 11 October, in coordination with The Document Foundation.

Apache OpenOffice delivers up to 2.4M downloads per month and is available as a free download to all users at 100% no cost, charge, or fees of any kind.

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Apache OpenOffice is available on the Windows 11 Store as of 5 October 2021.

OpenOffice source code is available for anyone who wishes to enhance the applications. The Project welcomes contributions back to the project as well as its code community. Those interested in participating with Apache OpenOffice can learn more at https://openoffice.apache.org/get-involved.html .

  • partial count: the number above reflects full-install downloads of Apache OpenOffice via SourceForge as of September 2021.

Tribute
Of special note, Apache OpenOffice 4.1.11 is dedicated to the memory of Dr. Patricia Shanahan, late member of the Apache OpenOffice Project Management Committee, former member of the ASF Board of Directors, former Vice President Apache River, and contributor to Apache Community Development. More information on Patricia can be found at the ASF’s memorial page http://apache.org/memorials/patricia_shanahan.html .

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Availability and Oversight
Apache OpenOffice software is released under the Apache License v2.0 and is overseen by a volunteer, self-selected team of active contributors to the project. A Project Management Committee (PMC) guides the Project’s day-to-day operations, including community development and product releases. The project strongly recommends that users download OpenOffice only from the official site https://www.openoffice.org/download/ to ensure that they receive the original software in the correct and most recent version.

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