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Current Issue (Issue 122)

Thought of the Week:- "When you throw dirt you lose ground."
SOT Office:- http://www.sotlinux.org/en/sotoffice/index.php Free (52 MB). Windows and Linux.

SOT Office is a free office suite for Windows and Linux. It is a full-featured, high-quality software suite, which is fully compatible with other major office applications like MS Office. One can open and save .doc, .xls and all other usual file formats with SOT Office, so sharing documents with friends and colleagues is a breeze. There are basically 4 core components of SOT Office -

SOT Office Writer - A thoroughly modern word processor. With the Writer, one can compose the perfect document—use it to create books, reports, letters, faxes or web pages. With SOT Office one can also convert their work into professional-looking electronic documents in the form of PDF files!

SOT Office Calc - A powerful spreadsheet. Analyze data, balance accounts and plot trends. Then create a chart to see all the information at a glance.

SOT Office Impress - A versatile presentation program. Use it to create eye-catching visual aids for live online display, slides or handouts.

SOT Office Draw - An easy-to-use drawing application for designing organizational charts and diagrams.

SOT Office is compatible with documents created by MS Office, OpenOffice, StarOffice and other common office applications.


Site of the Week:- http://www.sarkaritel.com/

This a unique portal providing comprehensive information about Government and associated agencies including PSUs, local bodies and autonomous institutions from all over India. It provides telephone numbers, e-mail addresses of public representatives and government officials, (with charge and designation) and links to the websites of government departments and associated agencies. The site is providing the Government News and Announcements, Corporate News and maintains a Photo Gallery. It is also providing free e-mail facility with 6 MB space. The site developer calls this site as a "common man friendly India-Specific Portal".

That's all for this week. See you next week.

Madhuresh Singhal