Frequently Asked Questions
- What is NeoOffice?
- I am having problems. How can I find an answer?
- Is my data private?
- Can I copy NeoOffice?
- Where can I get the NeoOffice source code?
Two engineers created NeoOffice in 2003 when they made OpenOffice run natively on OS X for the first time. Since then, the NeoOffice engineers have continually added improvements to NeoOffice that you will not find in OpenOffice or LibreOffice.
We do not have any support staff. If you have any problems, a list of suggested steps for finding an answer for a problem as fast as possible is available on the NeoOffice Support page.
We do not collect, store, or share any data that you create or view in our applications. Also, we do not store any Mac App Store payment data. Apple does not allow us access to any Mac App Store user payment data so we neither collect nor store your private Mac App Store payment data such as Apple ID, credit card, or bank account numbers.
Yes. Since NeoOffice is distributed under the GNU General Public License (GPL), you can copy it as much as you like and give it to whomever you want. But if you are selling NeoOffice, you must comply with the NeoOffice CD Distribution and Trademark Usage policy.
Instructions for accessing and building the NeoOffice source code are on the NeoOffice Build Instructions page.
Note that if you modify any of the NeoOffice code, you must release your modifications under the GPL. In other words, you cannot make proprietary modifications to NeoOffice and we aggressively enforce the terms of the GPL against anyone who does not GPL their modifications.