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16,384 columns in spreadsheets • Better change tracking • Document themes in presentations

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Getting Started Guide 7.4 and Impress Guide 7.4 Available for Download

The LibreOffice Documentation Team announces the immediate availability of the Impress Guide 7.4 and Getting Started Guide 7.4 The Impress Guide 7.4 was coordinated by Peter Schofield and revised by Kees Kriek. The guide is available in PDF as well as in ODF formats. An online version is available in the bookshelf website. The Getting […]

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LibreOffice Conference 2022 videos: Arabic/Persian/Klingon support, wiki cleaning, project sustainability

Here’s another batch of talks from the recent LibreOffice Conference 2022! Watch the individual videos below, or click here to view the playlist.   Arabic/Persian Text Justification: An Overview, with Hossein Nourikhah Please confirm that you want to play a YouTube video. By accepting, you will be accessing content from YouTube, a service provided by an […]

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Getting Started Guide 7.4 and Impress Guide 7.4 Available for Download

The LibreOffice Documentation Team announces the immediate availability of the Impress Guide 7.4 and Getting Started Guide 7.4 The Impress Guide 7.4 was coordinated by Peter Schofield and revised by Kees Kriek. The guide is available in PDF as well as in ODF formats. An online version is available in the bookshelf website. The Getting […]

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LibreOffice Conference 2022 videos: Arabic/Persian/Klingon support, wiki cleaning, project sustainability

Here’s another batch of talks from the recent LibreOffice Conference 2022! Watch the individual videos below, or click here to view the playlist.   Arabic/Persian Text Justification: An Overview, with Hossein Nourikhah Please confirm that you want to play a YouTube video. By accepting, you will be accessing content from YouTube, a service provided by an […]

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