Jean Weber

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Installing LibreOffice on a Chromebook

Simon Phipps has written a blog post about installing LibreOffice on an Intel-powered Chromebook. He says that, unlike the “old days,” it’s now easy to do.

Print editions of new user guides

Cover of LibreOffice 7.4 Draw Guide

Recent user guides from the LibreOffice Documentation team are available for free download (PDF, ODT) from the Documentation page on the LibreOffice website, and low-cost printed copies can be purchased from LibreOffice 7.4 Draw Guide LibreOffice 7.5 Writer Guide LibreOffice 7.5 Calc Guide

Second edition of Designing with LibreOffice available for free download

Designing with LibreOffice cover

Bruce Byfield and Jean Hollis Weber announce the second edition of Designing with LibreOffice. The book is available as an .ODT or .PDF file under the Creative Commons Attribution/Sharealike License version 4.0 or later from The first edition was published in 2016, and was downloaded over thirty-five thousand times. Michael Meeks, one of the …

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LibreOffice on the Microsoft Store

LibreOffice is now available for download from the Microsoft Store, for those users who choose or are required to get their desktop software from that channel. A small fee is charged. Here is the link. This follows the recent release of LibreOffice through Apple’s App Store. LibreOffice for Windows, macOS, and Linux continues to be …

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LibreOffice Community on Mac app store

On September 19, The Document Foundation (TDF) announced the release of LibreOffice on Apple’s Mac App Store, to support end users who want to get all of their desktop software from Apple’s sales channel. TDF will continue to provide LibreOffice for macOS free from the LibreOffice website, which is the recommended source for all users. …

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