Lotus Smartsuite Millenium Edion 9.7 Retail

Posted By : danci | Date : 06 Oct 2006 20:57:00 | Comments : 3 |

Lotus Smartsuite Millenium Edion 9.7 Retail
ISO | 106 Mb

SmartSuite Millennium Edition 9.8 is the latest edition of the award-winning office suite including Lotus 1-2-3, Lotus Word Pro, Lotus Freelance Graphics, Lotus Approach, Lotus Organizer, Lotus FastSite, and Lotus SmartCenter. With SmartSuite 9.8, it is easy to convert files from earlier versions of SmartSuite and other business applications including Microsoft Office. SmartSuite 9.8 file filters exchange documents seamlessly to and from 1-2-3 and Excel, Word Pro and Microsoft Word, or Freelance Graphics and PowerPoint. The power of SmartSuite 9.8 combined with Lotus Notes and the Internet, make SmartSuite the industry”s most complete suite for addressing the needs of both enterprise and individual users. SmartSuite 9.8 supports the Windows XP platform. It provides SmartSuite”s enterprise customers with streamlined installation and seamless enterprise-wide integration between SmartSuite and the operating system. New technologies allow administrators to create user settings centrally and download those customization settings automatically to individuals or groups of individuals. Administration improvements will reduce help desk inquiries as well as total cost of ownership. SmartSuite Millennium Edition is data-savvy. SmartSuite users can share files with users of previous versions of SmartSuite and all versions of Microsoft Office, including Office XP. SmartSuite 9.8 has enhanced Microsoft Office compatibility including support for MS WordArt objects. SmartSuite can create or open files from WordPerfect and many other popular desktop applications.



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Posted By: UxKiller Date: 06 Oct 2006 21:18:40
Is it 9.7 or 9.8?
Posted By: JXSmith Date: 06 Oct 2006 22:07:58
Originally posted by franklee, alas also on arrogant rapidshit, at http://www.avaxhome.ws/software/lotus_smartsuite.html

http://www.badongo.com/file/1507590 (ISO file, 270MB)
Posted By: corso Date: 07 Oct 2006 09:59:19
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