LibreOffice Keeps Improving

I’ve been using LibreOffice for years and the only problems I’ve encountered have been with my “wishlist”. It keeps improving one way or another and the team at The Document Foundation has just released LibreOffice4.2 with a long list of improvements, including code-quality.

See 4.2 Features or just download it and run it. It’s available for GNU/Linux, that other OS and Mac OS. My Beast runs Debian GNU/Linux on AMD64. This is the 4.2.0 release which has many changes and may still be buggy but if you like the latest bells and whistles, go for it.

About Robert Pogson

I am a retired teacher in Canada. I taught in the subject areas where I have worked for almost forty years: maths, physics, chemistry and computers. I love hunting, fishing, picking berries and mushrooms, too.
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One Response to LibreOffice Keeps Improving

  1. Clifton Redmon says:

    My favorite office pack is Apache OpenOffice I think that it might be even more comfortable that Microsoft one to be honest. And the next favorite is Kingsoft office tools Kingsoft have several various programs and the interface is identical to Microsoft’s one so those who don’t want to pay for MS products can use it without even noticing the difference in navigation.
    Thanks a lot for this chart you have included, that was curious to take a look. I used LibreOffice before and I think I should do that once more.

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