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LibreOffice 4.3: today, you can’t own a better office suite

- Better OOXML interoperability, and support of legacy Mac file formats - Better comment management, and highly intuitive spreadsheet handling - 3D models in Impress, and support for “monster” paragraphs Berlin, July 30, 2014 – The Document Foundation announces LibreOffice 4.3, the 8th major release of the free office suite since the birth of the […]

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The Document Foundation congratulates the UK government for their revolutionary and historic choice of open document standards

UK citizens will be the first in Europe to be liberated from proprietary lock-ins Berlin, July 23, 2014 – The Document Foundation (TDF) congratulates the UK government for the selection of the Open Document Format (ODF), in addition to Portable Document Format (PDF), to meet user needs. LibreOffice, the free office suite developed by TDF, […]

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Tales of LibreOffice interoperability: the missing files

I’m welcoming the release of LibreOffice 4.3.0 in the name of Igalia with the last post in this series. This time we will talk about the preservation of embeddings in OOXML text documents, and devote some lines to the support … Continue reading →

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A personal take on LibreOffice 4.3

LibreOffice 4.3 has been released this week and it has already been noticed quite a lot, judging by the number of articles in the press worldwide. The announcement may be found here, and a thorough, technical description has been written by Michael Meeks on his blog (detailed release notes are …

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