LibreOffice Office Suite: A little bit of everything to learn more about it

LibreOffice Office Suite: A little bit of everything to learn more about it

LibreOffice Office Suite: A little bit of everything to learn more about it

As we all know very well, the LibreOffice Office Suite is a software promoted, developed and used massively by the Free Software, Open Source and GNU / Linux Community; besides being, a project of the non-profit organization, called: The Document Foundation.

And also, that it is currently available, for this moment (12/2020) in the version 6.4.7 for your stable version (still branch) and version 7.0.3 for your new version (fresh). Being this last version mentioned its last great launch, focused on offering better performance, improved compatibility, and many new features to improve your productivity.

LibreOffice Office Suite

For those who wish to explore other Previous posts related to LibreOfficeAfter finishing reading this current publication, we recommend the following:

"The LibreOffice development team announced this first week of December, the availability of the first beta version of LibreOffice 7.1. This new version adds new features to the various applications that make up the open source office suite, as well as some performance improvements". First beta LibreOffice 7.1 available

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LibreOffice Office Suite: Content

LibreOffice Office Suite

What is the LibreOffice Office Suite?

According to his Official website, it is described as follows:

"LibreOffice is a powerful office suite; its clean interface and powerful tools allow you to unleash your creativity and increase your productivity. LibreOffice incorporates several applications that make it the most powerful Free and Open Source office suite on the market: Writer, the word processor, Calc, the spreadsheet, Impress, the presentation editor, Draw, our drawing application and flowcharts, Base, our database and interface with other databases, and Math for editing mathematical formulas."

Where to learn more about LibreOffice?

Both those who read us to us (FromLinux) Like those who often read other similar websites, they know that our websites often refer to LibreOffice (and other Office Suites) in a news and technical way, that is, at the level releases, features and news, and sometimes as for your installation Or any punctual problem.

However, we do not usually delve into the use of it, that is, the user part, the details of how to do things within them, in short, to work in the most optimal way. For this reason, many users may always be wondering: Where and how can I learn about LibreOffice?

To answer that question, in this publication we offer the following query links so that they achieve this objective of learn to use in a more optimal way our so dear "LibreOffice Office Suite":

With respect to official group mentioned of the LibreOffice Community in Spanish on Telegram, which already integrate almost one thousand (1000) people from many Spanish-speaking countries, it is good to highlight that the same, and according to its own administrators:

"A lot of wisdom, knowledge and great vibes are shared when it comes to LibreOffice (LO). From technical to philosophical issues they have been touched with great respect on the channel."

In addition, it is good to highlight that some of its members are new and others are very advanced, but they all have a lot of passion for it. Free software and the great LibreOffice Office Suite.

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Conclusion

We hope this "useful little post" on «Suite Ofimática LibreOffice», specifically about some conceptual, news and technical tips; is of great interest and utility, for the entire «Comunidad de Software Libre y Código Abierto» and of great contribution to the diffusion of the wonderful, gigantic and growing ecosystem of applications of «GNU/Linux».

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  1.   Ignacio Alejandro Neumann Cerda said

    Hello:
    I congratulate you on your excellent article.
    The first time I met a free office suite was Openoffice, 2006.
    14 years have passed and although I use Libreoffice, I have been able to verify its great evolution. It is my suite for daily work. Although they use Office in my work, I have had no problems getting by with this wonderful suite.
    Thank you very much for the consultation links to learn more.
    Greetings.

    1.    Linux Post Install said

      Greetings, Ignacio. Thanks for your comment. We are glad that the published content has been very useful and enjoyable.