Sun Microsystems (1999–2010)
Oracle Corporation (2010–2011)
Apache Software Foundation (2011—)
3.4.1 / August 24, 2012
|Operating system||Microsoft Windows |
Mac OS X
|License||LGPL version 3 (OpenOffice.org 2 Beta 2 and earlier are dual-licensed under the SISSL and LGPL) |
Apache License 2.0 (Apache OpenOffice 3.4 and later)
OpenOffice Draw is a vector graphics editor and is part of the OpenOffice office suite. It has "connectors" between shapes, that are available in many types of line styles and allow people to build drawings such as flowchart. It also includes many features found in desktop publishing software.
OpenOffice users can also install the Open Clip Art Library, which adds a lot of flags, logos, icons and banners for general presentation and drawing projects. Linux distributions Debian and Ubuntu also have ready-to-use openclipart packages for easy download and install from their online software repositories.
Released under the terms of the Apache License, Draw is free software.
Related pages[change | change source]
References[change | change source]
- ↑ "LGPL v3". Oracle Corporation. Retrieved 22 April 2009.
- ↑ "License Simplification FAQ". Oracle Corporation. Retrieved 27 February 2010.
- ↑ "Licenses & Copyrights". Apache Software Foundation. Retrieved 2 January 2012.
Other websites[change | change source]
How to use Draw[change | change source]
- OOo2.0 Draw Guide (6.5MB PDF) Archived 2008-05-10 at the Wayback Machine
- How-to: Get to Grips with OpenOffice.org Draw (PDF, free download from official How-tos)
- Sample Reference Card Archived 2006-03-23 at the Wayback Machine for OpenOffice.org Draw 2.0 made by cluesheets.com
- OpenOffice.org Draw Templates for designing and drawing labels
- OpenOffice Custom Shapes, a repository of custom shapes you can use with OpenOffice Draw
- Clker online clipart, offers public domain images in ODG & SVG format, directly usable by openoffice