IBM Lotus Symphony 3.0.1

IBM® Lotus® Symphony™ is a richly-featured set of productivity tools that are intuitive and easy to use and provided at no charge. There are three applications that make up Lotus Symphony: Lotus Symphony Documents, Lotus Symphony Spreadsheets, Lotus Symphony Presentations.

Lotus Symphony puts you in charge – take control over spiraling upgrade costs, ensure access to documents well into the future with new standard file formats (ODF), get more from your current investments with support for Microsoft Windows and Office file types.

Symphony Documents
Write a novel, write a business plan, keep a personal journal or just create a simple memo or letter. IBM Lotus Symphony Documents lets you create, edit, share, and save word processing documents. Launch Lotus Symphony Documents from the Lotus Symphony homepage, which lets you create and edit all your content types from a single, tabbed window on your desktop.

Symphony Presentations
Close a sale, tell a story, or defend your dissertation. IBM Lotus Symphony Presentations lets you create graphic presentations that can be shared with audiences via a slide show mode. You can create presentations from scratch or use the presentation templates for a variety of looks. Launch Lotus Symphony Presentations from the Lotus Symphony homepage, which lets you create and edit all your content types from a single, tabbed user interface.

Symphony Spreadsheets
Calculate a mortgage, create an income statement, or calculate your GPA. IBM Lotus Symphony Spreadsheets lets you create, edit, share, and save a variety of spreadsheets. You can create new documents, import existing documents, or choose from a set of document templates. Contextual toolbars configured to the appropriate spreadsheet editing task display as you navigate the various parts of your work.

Download: IBM Lotus Symphony 3.0.1 | 290 MB (Freeware, requires free registration)
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View: IBM Lotus Symphony Website

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