What is OpenOffice.org Draw?
The OpenOffice Draw is part of the OpenOffice productivity suite and is a vector graphics editor, with no analogue in Microsoft Office, the nearest productivity app collection. The OpenOffice Draw, however, is similar in purpose and capability to Adobe Illustrator, the vector graphics editor standard, and CorelDraw, the classic that put vector graphics editors to mainstream consciousness. Like most software of this kind, it can create high-end illustrations and flowcharts, and has several features usually found in desktop publishing applications.
Oracle’s OpenOffice.org is the leading alternative office productivity suite of software, fully open-source and free for any purpose – personal or commercial – and for any type of enterprise, small or large. OpenOffice.org is fully committed to the open-source standard and stores all your office documents in internationally recognized standard formats, making it easy for related open-source projects to access and write to it, as well as other commercially available and recognized formats, such as those from Microsoft Office. OpenOffice is, along with free online office software on the Internet, is one of the main competitors to the dominance of the Microsoft Office line and, because it is an open-source software, its fixes and updates are fast and targeted for consumers (since they are also made by consumers).
File types supported by OpenOffice.org Draw
Our users primarily use OpenOffice.org Draw to open these file types: