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WPS Office is a slang for Writer, Presentation ad Spreadsheets, formerly known as Kingsoft Office. It is free (basic version) Office suite available for all platforms Linux, Windows, Mac, Android and iOS. A fully featured professional-grade version is also available for a subscription fee.
WPS Office mimics almost entire look and basic set features from Microsoft Office, and you can't easily make a different between Microsoft Office and WPS Office. WPS office suite comprises a word processor, presentation tool, spreadsheet and more, and is fully compatible with Microsoft document formats. WPS Office has grown to huge popularity and successes among Microsoft Windows, Android, iOS and Linux, a high-performing and cheaper alternative to Microsoft Office.

Fully compatible with Microsoft Office (.DOC and .DOCX); Insert photos, tables and charts into documents; Rich text, page and paragraph formatting features; Collaborate with others using track changes and comments; Open multiple documents in one window using Tabs; Drag and Drop paragraph adjustment tool to easily change page formatting.
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Kingsoft Office is a simple, powerful office suite developed by Zhuhai based Chinese software developer Kingsoft. Components include: Kingsoft Writer, Kingsoft Presentation and Kingsoft Spreadsheet. Kingsoft Office personal version is completely free. With the Kingsoft Office suite, you can view, edit, and send Microsoft Office documents, spreadsheets, and other data on Linux. This offers most of the features and functionality like Microsoft Office.
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The Kingsoft Office main interface includes a row of icons similar to what you'd find in your basic word processor or spreadsheet editor. It handles all the latest Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint file formats as well as text and PDF files. You can create files as well, it could get a bit tedious trying to produce anything too long or complicated. Kingsoft Office works best for making a few changes to an existing file. In our tests, we encountered no problems working with the files we threw its way, and it was a simple process to add or edit text or make other modifications.