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Apache OpenOffice SDK icon Develop OpenOffice APIs using the tools and documentation included in this SDK that can be integrated with OpenOffice as an addon

Apache OpenOffice.org SDK  is a free and open-source software development kit that can be integrated with OpenOffice as an addon, in order to develop customized extensions for this platform. It contains all the necessary utilities and complete documentation for the OpenOffice API.

Those interested in this SDK can check out an online developer's guide with first steps, professional skills toward writing UNO components (C/C++ and Java), along with detailed information about Office, text and spreadsheet documents, drawings and presentations, charts, forms, accessibility, scripting framework, configuration management, JavaBean for Office components, IDL guidelines, among many other aspects.

Also, code samples are available for Java, Apache OpenOffice Bsaic, C++, and OLE, both online as well as in the installed package.This guide is actively maintained so you should check back for regular updates.

Those who want to get involved in the Apache OpenOffice community can get in touch on the official website. In addition to the binaries, you can also download the source and SDK. OpenOffice is a free and open-source productivity suite compatible with Windows, Linux, OS X and mobile platforms. It's available in multiple languages, offering office tools such as a text editor, spreadsheet tool, presentation maker, and database management features.

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Apache OpenOffice SDK 4.1.5 / 4.2.0 M1 Build 9800 Rev 1842636 Nightly

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