The Document Foundation announces LibreOffice 4.2, a new major release targeted to early adopters and another significant step forward for the best free office suite ever. LibreOffice 4.2 features a large number of performance and interoperability improvements targeted to users of all kinds, but particularly appealing for power and enterprise users. In addition, it is […]
In this tutorial we are going to install by downloading tarball and then building from source (manually) in Elementary OS Luna. 1. Download tarball 32 Bit: $ wget wget http://goo.gl/0ZINq8 -O LibreOffice_4.1.3_Linux_x86_deb.tar.gz 64 Bit: $ wget http://goo.gl/8pbBNB -O LibreOffice_4.1.3_Linux_x86-64_deb.tar.gz 2. Extract tarball For Both 32 and 64 bit: $ tar -xvf LibreOffice_4.1.3*.tar.gz 3. Upacking .deb files. $ cd […]
We all know what LibreOffice is. By default when try using cb-welcome to install LibreOffice your get an earlier version 3.x. In this tutorial we are going to install by downloading tarball and then building from source (manually). Also introduce LibreOffice into Open box menu ourselves. 1. Download tarball 32 Bit: $ wget wget http://goo.gl/0ZINq8 -O […]
5742Posted November 23, 2013 by Enock Seth Nyamador
LibreOffice is a free open source suite growing fast all over the world. It can be installed in many linux distributions and is compatible with other major office suites applications. Libre office suite includes the following components: Writer, Math, Impress, Draw, Base, Chart, and Calc. There are many volunteers helping in Libre office development and […]
LibreOffice 4.1 was officially released on July 23, 2013. LibreOffice is an open-source, simple and powerful office suite for Linux, Windows OS and Mac OS users. New Features From the official, LibreOffice 4.1 new features include: Rotate images in Writer in 90 degree increments Send along your fonts with your documents Writer, Calc and Impress now allow embedding […]
LibreOffice 4.0 was recently released with many new features. Fedora 18 comes with 3.6 and does not have 4.0 available in the repositories for upgrading. So how do we get LibreOffice 4.0 installed on Fedora 18? Well that’s what we are going to discuss here. So here is how it is done. First we need […]
LibreOffice 4.1 Beta 1 has finally arrived and once again highlights the exceptional talent of the 600+ developers working under the aegis of The Document Foundation to build one of the greatest office productivity on the open source program.
That LibreOffice continues to respond to requirements of end-users became truly evident when news of it being developed for Android OS arrived a few months ago. And now with screen shot of the progress made so far being released by its developers, LibreOffice’s progress is good to note.