December 9, 2016 Leave a comment Best free office suite most like Microsoft Office By Komando Staff, Komando.com 8,5198.5k © Dimaberkut | Dreamstime.com - Typing on computer keyboard Microsoft Office remains the most popular productivity software around. It's still the gold standard for document creation, data analysis in spreadsheets and multimedia presentation creation. It's not free, of course, and looking for compatible software to use to edit the occasional file can be a pain.We have talked about the free open-source office program LibreOffice before and we know it's a great free alternative for Microsoft Office. In case you didn't know, there's another free Microsoft Office alternative out there and it even looks and feels like Word, Excel and PowerPoint.It's called the WPS Office Suite and here's what you can get with the Free version:WPS WriterWriter is the WPS equivalent of Microsoft Word. The best thing about it is that it can read, edit and save in a variety of DOC and DOCX formats. This lets you collaborate, share and work on documents both in Writer and Word.It looks and feels like Word, too so anyone familiar with Microsoft's default will feel right at home with Writer's user interface.Other useful features include a Word to PDF converter, automatic spell checking, multiple tabs and document encryption.WPS SpreadsheetsSpreadsheets is the Excel counterpart of WPS. Again, it mimics how older Microsoft Office Excel looks and operates and it can open, edit and save in a variety of XLS and XLSX formats. Continued on next page123Next View All BREAKING NEWS, TIPS, AND MORE LIKED WHAT YOU READ? GET MORE IN YOUR INBOX FREE. Stay up-to-date the easy way. SIGN ME UP! Leave a comment Previous Downloads Free posters from NASA to inspire future explorers Next Downloads Powerful, free and easy to use digital photo editing program Related Articles How to explore the world with the new Google Earth One critical thing to do with your printer before selling it Top 5 security lessons ransomware teaches us the hard way Android Auto to be a built-in feature for new car models?