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What's new in SoftMaker Office 2018? – Part 3

Dear SoftMaker customers:

In the third part of our series we are talking about PlanMaker 2018, our powerful spreadsheet application. In particular, we will focus on a feature that at first glance doesn’t seem too new—“tables.” You’re probably wondering what’s so special about tables in a spreadsheet. This and much more can be found in the following article.

Enjoy!

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What's new in SoftMaker Office 2018? – Part 2

Dear SoftMaker customers:

The second part of our series deals with the new file formats in SoftMaker Office 2018. As you may already know, our new Office suite uses the Microsoft formats DOCX, XLSX and PPTX natively. In this article you will find out why we have decided to take this step and how you as a user benefit from it.

We’ll also introduce a handy feature that you might know from your web browser. Have fun reading!

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What's new in SoftMaker Office 2018? – Part 1

Dear SoftMaker customers:

Not long ago, we started shipping our new office suite SoftMaker Office 2018 for Windows. To help you keep track of the numerous improvements, we present the most important ones in a multi-part series of articles here in the SoftMaker Blog.

Have fun reading about our new Office!

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Walkthrough: Getting started with FlexiPDF

Dear SoftMaker customers:

SoftMaker has recently launched the new version of FlexiPDF. With FlexiPDF 2019, you can edit PDF files as easily as with a word processor.

In this blog post we want to show you how FlexiPDF can help you do your daily work. We will guide you step by step through this powerful PDF editor and demonstrate its important features.

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Tips and tricks: Printing booklets with TextMaker

Dear SoftMaker customers:

In the second part of our "Tips and tricks" series, Klaus Bailly, our guest author and a SoftMaker volunteer, explains how you can print out a multi-page TextMaker document in the form of a booklet: namely by fitting two regular pages each on each side of an A4 or Letter sheet. The objective is to receive a stack of printed pages, which can be made into a booklet by simply folding them in the middle.


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