I can still remember what was put together with openoffice and the great hatred that was generated towards oracle, which motivated the birth of libreoffice as a fork that was adopted by most (if not all) distros.
But unfortunately as the versions of this office suite advance, there are still the same annoying problems as always, not to mention its interface similar to Ms office 2003.
In a world where Windows continues to be the dominator of the pc's market and its formats, .doc, .docx, .xls etc. are still the most used in the world, it is obvious that an office suite that knows how to read them is needed in the best possible way and really libreoffice, except for the .doc, the other formats read quite badly, especially if you start to put tables or other artifacts.
This is where calligra appears, a suite written in qt, which is still in beta but which has not created any problems for me personally, it reads perfectly the proprietary formats of Microsoft, adapts perfectly to kde and above all offers an alternative it would be to Ms office and I sincerely believe that this will improve even more with the release of the final version.
I especially love Words and Tables (for their great resemblance to Ms Exel), although krita is also appreciated.
So this is my recommendation of the week, that you give a little opportunity to this office suite that comes with strength and wanting to stay on our computers.