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LibreOffice is a free and powerful office suite, and a successor to OpenOffice.org (commonly known as OpenOffice).

Its clean interface and feature-rich tools help you unleash your creativity and enhance your productivity.

LibreOffice 7.2 is here

With new features, compatibility improvements, and performance boosts

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LibreOffice is Free and Open Source Software. Development is open to new talent and new ideas, and our software is tested and used daily by a large and devoted user community.

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“LibreOffice Expert” magazines available for schools and communities

Recently, Linux New Media released a special edition magazine, full of tutorials, tips and tricks about LibreOffice. And some articles were contributed by members of the LibreOffice community! Well, we have 50 issues to give away – and we’d like to get them in the hands of students, communities and other projects around the world: […]

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Oyez! Oyez! Oyez! The LibreOffice Draw Guide 7.2 has arrived!

Peter Schofield and the LibreOffice Documentation Team announcs the immediate availability of the Draw Guide 7.2, the update of the Draw Guide for LibreOffice version 7.2. Anyone who wants to quickly acquire knowledge about LibreOffice Draw and is new to drawing software, or may be familiar with another office suite, will find this user guide […]

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QA/Dev Report: December 2021

General Activities LibreOffice 7.2.4 and LibreOffice 7.1.8 were released on December 6 providing an important security fix Alain Romedenne improved the Help content for Basic functions Olivier Hallot (TDF) added help for sep= in CSV files, VBA mode for RGB functions and warnings, improved help for Writer fields and started annotating Help for functions that are not in ODF spec Rafael Lima imp[…]

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“LibreOffice Expert” magazines available for schools and communities

Recently, Linux New Media released a special edition magazine, full of tutorials, tips and tricks about LibreOffice. And some articles were contributed by members of the LibreOffice community! Well, we have 50 issues to give away – and we’d like to get them in the hands of students, communities and other projects around the world: […]

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