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Windows 7/8/10
portable Portable

complete office productivity suite LibreOffice is a complete productivity suite (similar to MS Office and OpenOffice) that includes a word processor, spreadsheet application, presentation tool, database and diagram designer. The program can open or import most common Microsoft Office formats, including .doc, .ppt and .csv as well as a variety of other document formats. The files you create can be saved in Open Document Format as well as MS Office formats and other document types. LibreOffice offers just about anything you would expect from a full featured productivity suite, and if you don't have MS Office or are looking for a free, open source replacement, you should definitely give this one a try. Copyright

Product Details

Publisher The Document Foundation Price Free
Version 7.0.4  history Last updated Dec 17, 2020
File Size 278. Mb Requirements Java

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Uses too much disk space 3 stars by henerey773 Jul 05, 2020 (Read all my 35 reviews)
Sure, use this fine office suite if you don't mind using nearly half a gig of disk space. If you just need a Word replacement I suggest Atlantis. If you need a full office I suggest Softmaker. show Review details
A fantastic office suite 5 stars by OnePiece Sep 17, 2016 (Read all my 12 reviews)
LibreOffice never fails to impress me with its rapid development cycle and continuous addition of (useful!) new features. By now it already incorporates all essential and convenience (like "hide empty space") features I like in other office suites, and there are some "hidden" gems in it, like the excellent LibreLogo programming language to create drawings. Stability-wise it is on par or better than Microsoft Office. Its user interface uses the now "old school" multi-toolbar and menu-oriented access, but for me, as a long time computer user, it is a plus. (Still, since the new 5.2 version they even implemented a single-toolbar mode.) Interoperability with Microsoft Office can be a bit of a problem, but it is possible. It is best to use LibreOffice on its own. Since it is multi-platform, collaborating on Windows and Linux can be done seamlessly. One of the best freeware ever created. show Review details
A most excellent office suite 5 stars by howellr64692 Mar 14, 2014 (Read all my 2 reviews)
It is a most excellent office suite. And, as I always tell people I recommend it to, the ONLY item missing is a built in email client. But as I also tell them, that can be best remedied bu using Thunderbird. Also, the other item is also an EXTREMELY big plus, you can EASILY share/work on your docs in Windows AND Linux. Easily. With MS Office, not so easily, if at all. show Review details
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