Sunday, February 03, 2013

Kingsoft Office 2012 Standard Full (no piracy)

Sooner or later, nearly everyone whose work involves computers will need basic office tools such as a word processor, spreadsheet program, or presentation maker. Since Microsoft's powerful Office suite sets the standard, alternatives need to demonstrate their compatibility with the latest versions of Office. Kingsoft Office bundles Kingsoft Writer, Spreadsheets, and Presentations...
Each can open, edit, and save documents that are compatible with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, respectively. While it can't match everything Office (or its tools) can do, Kingsoft Office 2012 Free does the most important jobs, and it also has many extras, including encryption, a PDF converter, and watermarking. It even has some unique features of its own, such as its Humanized Table Operation and drag-and-drop Paragraph Adjustment feature. The latest version is compatible with Windows 8.From its start menu to its individual tools, Kingsoft is enough like Office in features and options to be familiar to many users, though with its own unique touches. For example, Writer's Homepage is quite similar to Word's File page, but compared with Word's ribbon-style Office look, Writer's tabbed user interface bears more resemblance to a browser. Each Kingsoft tool sports feature-packed toolbars, too. But we'll get right to the point: we successfully created, saved, edited, opened, and re-edited documents from both Microsoft Office 2010 and Kingsoft Office 2012 in each of the comparable tools. Compatibility isn't total; for example, Kingsoft Office could open and edit macro-enabled Word docs, but not save them again in that format (it could in other formats).Kingsoft Office has a full Help file plus an online Support Center and Forum. But if you just start with one of the templates on each tool's Home page, you won't go wrong.You can also see a some comparision tables between:
Kingsoft Office 2012 & Microsoft Office 2010

Kingsoft Writer 2012 & Microsoft Word 2010
Kingsoft Spreadsheets 2012 & Microsoft Excel 2010
Kingsoft Presentation 2012 & Microsoft Office 2010
As you can see, Kingsoft Office is a good alternative to Microsoft Office. And it is free. But in the free version, you could only use the old interface. To get the 2012 style, you'll need to purchase it. The Standard version costs $49.95 and for the Professional version, it's $69.95. Today, I'll share a FREE Standard version of Kingsoft Office with the beautiful new interface (and some extra features, too!)
Here is the download link: Kingsoft Office Giveaway.
(wait 5s, then press 'SKIP AD')

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