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Hi folks, Some interesting news we have here, that Oracle halting commercial interest for OpenOffice. And at the mean time we have beta 1 for LibreOffice, this is now great news. Some of the features are listed below for this release: added navigation buttons to writer Replaced unhide text button by icon buttons Mouse wheel […]

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Note: 11.4 by default have LibreOffice, but one can use the repo below to get the stable updates. Hi folks, As we know, LibreOffice stable release is available for use. I guess, you still have OpenOffice installed and using it. Why not lets try LibreOffice. It’s quite easy to install, lets go through step by […]

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Hi geeks, After announcement from Ubuntu that they will include LibreOffice with the up coming Ubuntu release and so on… in the next few days, LibreOffice announced its 1st final stable release for the world. LibreOffice have many new features over OpenOffice. According to The Document Foundation, “LibreOffice 3.3 also incorporates all the new features […]

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Most of you may already read about the forking of OpenOffice.org into the Document Foundation and LibreOffice. As it’s still fresh and new in the market, so i guess not many many users are using it. A week ago i give it a try and was impressed. Not much new things over OpenOffice, but still […]

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