Oracle Open Office Draw
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What is Oracle Open Office Draw?
The Oracle Open Office Draw is a drawing application that is part of the StarOffice suite of office productivity software, which opens SDA, SXD, ODG and OTG files; this application was later unified into the Open Office suite that is available for all Open Office derivatives such as Apache Open Office and LibreOffice. The Open Office Draw application is vector graphics application that gives users the ability to create graphics, diagrams, charts, graphs, and other visual representations of data, on a workspace that measures 300x300 (300cm by 300cm, or 3x3 meters). Because of this size it is particularly useful for posters and technical drawings, such as for PCB diagrams and rough sketches of floor plans.
Open Office Draw allows users to “park” their graphics tools in floating toolbars around the workspace. The application also features a 3D Controller, which enables the manipulation of objects in three dimensions and create 3D objects like spheres and cubes. One of the main features of Draw is its Smart Connectors systems, which is an intuitive design that makes it easy to create flowcharts and diagrams.
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File types supported by Oracle Open Office Draw
About file types supported by Oracle Open Office Draw
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Last updated: : July 7, 2014