LibreOffice 4.0 Adds Better Collaboration And Text Comments

Windows/Mac/Linux: Free and open-source office suite LibreOffice received a major update today. LibreOffice 4.0 can attach comments to selected text in documents, import Visio and Microsoft Publisher files, as well as get Firefox Persona themes.

Nearly 1500 code changes from contributors have been reviewed and merged with LibreOffice. Many of the major changes and additions improve the suite's interoperability with other applications.

For example, it now integrates with Content Management Systems using the CMIS standard, it can import ink annotations from Word documents and integrate with Unity. Several performance improvements improve the way LibreOffice loads files, redraws images and handles spreadsheets.

Hit up the link below to see the full list of the new features or to download the latest version.

4.0 New Features and Fixes [LibreOffice]


Comments

    Nice one, Libre is my goto since dumping MS Office a few years ago!

    Still a bloated piece of crap that no business with an ounce of common sense would ever use.

      not sure if your comment is targeted at M$ office or Libra office.

        Yeah Libre office is about as useful as a Libra tampon when it comes to spreadsheets

    @drew

    how constructive, thanks for your input.

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