Impress 3.5 user guide published

Impress 3.4 Front CoverThe LibreOffice 3.4 Impress user guide is now available for free download (PDF and ODT) from the documentation wiki.

Printed copies can be purchased from

Most of the other books for v3.4 are also on the wiki and in print.

LibreOffice 3.5 Impress user guide now available

LibreOffice Impress 3.5 cover

The LibreOffice Impress 3.5 user guide is now available in PDF and ODT from the wiki. Printed copies are available for purchase from

The v3.4 version of the book will be available soon. Most of the other books for v3.4 are also on the wiki and in print.

Printed copies of user guides on sale

Save on printed copies of the LibreOffice user guides during’s sale this week (ends 18 May). Look for the coupon code and sale amount on the front page of the Lulu website.

To find the books you want, go to the LibreOffice page on the Friends of OpenDocument Inc’s store.

LibreOffice 3.4 Draw Guide published

Draw Guide 3.4 Cover

The LibreOffice Documentation team has published another book: the LibreOffice 3.4 Draw Guide.

Individual chapters and the full book are available on the wiki. A printed copy can be purchased here.

Other books for v3.4 (Impress Guide, Calc Guide, Math Guide) in various stages of completion are also on that wiki page.

LibreOffice Certification Program

Berlin, May 7, 2012 – The Document Foundation announces the Certification Program, to foster the provision of professional services around LibreOffice and help the growth of the ecosystem of the world’s best free office suite. The program is outlined on the following page:

“The Certification Program will recognize the competence of individuals capable of developing and supporting LibreOffice, provide integration services around the suite, offer training and maintenance, and migrating enterprises deployments from proprietary to free software”, comments Italo Vignoli, Member of the Board of Directors of The Document Foundation. “TDF Certification is an opportunity for sponsors, TDF members and third parties, to build a business around LibreOffice, to help companies of any kind and size to get the most out of the best free office suite ever”.

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