Posts Tagged ‘LibreOffice’
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Create a database that combines an easy-to-use, form-based front-end using LibreOffice with a portable, networked MySQL back-end
A day after saying it’s drawing near, the Document Foundation launches LibreOffice 4.1, the latest and greatest in the office suites line
The next version of LibreOffice will be shortly here, as volunteer and hacker numbers working on the project keep growing
LibreOffice 4.0 customisations, UEFI Dual Booting, Python tutorials and more in this months issue of Linux User & Developer, 127
The second 2013 release of Fuduntu is here, and 2013.2 now comes with a light install for users that want a base system, and updated LibreOffice
Want an open source alternative to Google Docs? Then you may be interested in OX Documents, a new service from ex-OpenOffice developers
LibreOffice 4.0.0 is finally here, and marks a full departure from the OpenOffice code of old, with a new Android remote control app and CMIS support
LibreOffice 4.0 is on the horizon, and the first release candidate is out. The candidate includes new features like importing ink annotations and an XOR function
With a new version and a fresh set of features, LibreOffice is becoming the productivity suite of choice for millions of users. But what next?
OpenOffice has got a point update to the now Apache managed office suite, including bug fixes, performance enhancements, and extra language support
We interview Michael Meeks about LibreOffice’s future, what features he wants added, and the state of LibreOffice on Android and iOS.