Kingsoft Office Suite Free

Writer, Presentation and Spreadsheets. Who knew software could meet all your office needs in 40MB. Kingsoft Office Suite Free 2013 is an office suite that offers a number of features for creating, viewing and editing personal and business documents. Kingsoft Office Free 2013 includes Kingsoft Writer, Kingsoft Presentation and Kingsoft spreadsheets. These three reliable and versatile programs are perfect for both personal use at home and for professional businesses.

Writer 2013 - Highly compatible with Microsoft Word, it can read & edit .doc and .docx format documents. Writer 2013 adds many new features, such as a new interface, a section tab, paragraph adjustment tools, & a cover page setting.

Spreadsheets - The Spreadsheets app fulfills all your personal and professional data analyzing needs. It is highly compatible with Microsoft Excel. It features a calculator, graphing tools & multiple other tools for complex data analysis. Besides, it supports more than 100 commonly used formulas & a plethora of functions to aid in data analysis.

Presentation - An efficient slide presentation application. Dynamic slides for speeches and presentations. Flash, sound and animation effects, together with artistic backgrounds. Convert your presentation slides into PDF format for free with its built-in PDF converter sub-software.

Download: Kingsoft Office Suite Free | 45.4 MB (Freeware)
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Change Log

# General New Features
- Supported gathering data by Google Analytics
- Supported sharing Kingsoft Office with friends through Facebook
- Supported staring with Writer automatically after installation
- Added Get Free button in the dialog box which will prompt when your trial period has expired

So, what are the plans for a Linux version? I thought I saw there was a beta version available but have they stated when it will be finished for Linux users?

It's great, but their "multi-language" spell check consists of English (US) and English (UK). And that's a deal breaker.