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OpenOffice or open office may refer to:
- OpenOffice.org (OOo), an open-source office software suite, originally based on StarOffice
- Apache OpenOffice (AOO), a derivative of OOo by the Apache Software Foundation, with contribution from IBM Lotus Symphony
- LibreOffice, a derivative of OOo by The Document Foundation
- NeoOffice, a Mac-specific derivative of OOo by Planamesa Software
- StarOffice (briefly renamed Oracle Open Office after Oracle acquired Sun), a discontinued commercial proprietary office suite acquired by Sun Microsystems
- OpenOffice.org XML, a file format used by earlier versions of OpenOffice.org
- OpenDocument, also known as Open Document Format for Office Applications (ODF), a widely-supported standard XML-based file format originating from OOo
- Office Open XML, a competing file format from Microsoft
- OpenOffice Basic, (formerly known as StarOffice Basic or StarBasic or OOoBasic) is a dialect of the programming language BASIC.
- Open plan office, a floor plan
- Open Document Architecture (ODA), document interchange format (CCITT T.411-T.424, equivalent to ISO 8613)
- OpenDoc, an abandoned multi-platform standard for compound documents, intended as an alternative to Microsoft's Object Linking and Embedding (OLE)
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