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 […]
Looks like Linux has finally challenged the dominance of decades of proprietary office document software. As the market share of Android devices continues to make an impact Microsoft has already announced its Android port for Office Suite, their proprietary office documents management software.
After having to fight with strange corporate tides, controversial management strategies and finally the danger of completely dying, OpenOffice was “donated” to the Apache Software Foundation almost one year ago. Today we had the announcement of the first release of OpenOffice under the governance of the Apache Software Foundation.
LibreOffice 3.4.0 is released! This is the second major release of the suite since the announcement of The Document Foundation in September 2010 and incorporates the contributions of over 120 developers (six times as many as the first beta released on the launch date).
The Document Foundation released the third beta of LibreOffice 3.4. The upcoming 3.4 will be the second major release of the LibreOffice project, and comes with many exciting new features. The final version of LibreOffice 3.4 scheduled to arrive on 31 May.
Announced today by the Document fundation the release of LibreOffice3.3.2, this is an update release that comes to improve the stability of the software and sets the platform for the next release 3.4, due in mid May.
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