Absolutely the best office suite I have ever seen. It has all you need for everyday use. I have used it for 16 years now (formerly OpenOffice.org) and I can say only one word: WOW! Version 7.0 is bombastic. Absolutely unbelievable that this software is free of charge.
Absolutely useless in it's current form! The lag is so bad with every keystroke that it took me 3 minuts to enter 2 numbers. Unacceptable, even for free software! I'm downloading Apache Openoffice now.
Just this side of useless. The idea that this is a "near drop-in replacement for Microsoft(R) Office" is an unfortunate and almost laughable fantasy for those doing any more than typing, using bold and/or italic, and saving. It survives on my computer only because all the others are even worse.
Very light and fast, but there are compatibility issues with files created by MS office.
Parfait Le Top de la bureautique en open source selon moi. Open Office est tres largement moins bon.
LibreOffice is amazing. One of the best open source programs there is. It's amazing how configurable it is - by default it has all these toolbars, sidebar and icons, but if you want, you can turn it into a minimalist window. I use it to write blog texts, keep a diary (words + photos), collect notes for my text gam
Es posible actualizar la última versión de LibreOffice (Versión: 22.214.171.124) siguiendo las instrucciones del siguiente tutorial https://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?t=231005
Please update to Libreoffice version 6.3.0
Minor incompatabilities with M$Office, but getting much better with each new release. (Which is ok, because M$Office seems to harbor similar incompatabilites in previous incantations of its own software suite) While there is a perfectly functional 'ribbon' feature in LO6, I really enjoy the menu-driven workflow. I have had very little issues importing and exporting Word docs or creating PDF's in Writer. Each week I use Impress for creating presentations. I have had very minor tweaking to get Impress to correctly present PowerPoint files, and have very little issue getting PowerPoint to correctly display files created/saved in Impress (using the 2007 file format). Note: These are pretty sound and basic presentations, not animated masterpiece cartoons. If you need further comparison, and detailed reviews, you might find "https://lessonhub.net/presentation-software-reviews/" helpful. I have never had any issues with Calc, aside from importing macros from Excel, but I'm not a big macro guy. WPS by Kingsoft is a respectable competition to LibreOffice, but while it mimics M$Office well, it's file format support is pretty sparse in comparison to LO6. (LibreOffice can get usable data from appl$ KEYNOTE files! I've not seen that anywhere else!) I am a big fan of the LO suite, and, yes, they have a ways to go, there is no question that they are well on there way. :-)
This program does not work correctly with the basic formats of "*.doc" and "*.docx" of MS Word, especially if you need to create diagrams using shapes. But you can open, create and save MS Word documents using the free program "WPS Word". Localization of the interface of the WPS Word is located on the GitHub.
Libre Office Calc sering tutup sendiri ketika melakukan "Record Macro".
Just a great office suite and often updated.
Awesome on Mint19
Libre Office needs improvements in compatibility with MS Office, because documents created in Writer are more than often messed up when opened in MS Word. But, other than that, it is a perfect replacement for MS Office suite.
However, I usually uninstall the bundled version and install the latest directly off the LibreOffice site
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Latest update is a big fouled up mess. Destroyed all my customizations and I am left with toolbars in lengthy text only. Very suprising and very damaging to my workflow for the day.