LibreOffice - 11 new and improved features
LibreOffice has emerged as the successor to OpenOffice, the open source suite of office apps initially sponsored by Sun, but subsequently abandoned by Oracle after it bought Sun. The LibreOffice fork, released by a newly formed community called The Document Foundation, is based on the same code as OpenOffice, but contains several improvements. With many of the original OpenOffice developers now working on LibreOffice, you’ll probably want to use it rather than its predecessor. Here are 11 improvements in LibreOffice that set it apart from OpenOffice.
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