What you need to know about OpenOffice 4.3

The open source office suite is here to stay.

But its legacy is also being reshaped.

The latest edition, released Tuesday, contains a slew of new features, including the ability to add a spreadsheet and spreadsheet templates to the open office document editor.

The document editor also allows you to copy and paste formatting from a spreadsheet, which makes it easy to copy a spreadsheet into OpenOffice, as well as to share it with others.

The spreadsheet editor also includes a preview for Excel spreadsheets.

And now, there’s a new tool that lets you create and share templates from Excel spread sheets.

That includes adding new documents from the spreadsheet to a spreadsheet.

The new document editor comes in two versions, the new Pro and the Pro 2.

It has a better look and a lot more powerful features than its predecessor.

The Pro version is free for a limited time, but it is a bit pricey.

You can get it for $199 with a two-year subscription to Office 365.