LibreOffice is the free power-packed Open Source personal productivity suite for Windows, Macintosh and Linux, that gives you six feature-rich applications for all your document production and data processing needs: Writer, Calc, Impress, Draw, Math and Base. Support and documentation is free from our large, dedicated community of users, contributors and developers. You, too, can also get involved!
Writer is the word processor inside LibreOffice. Use it for everything, from dashing off a quick letter to producing an entire book with tables of contents, embedded illustrations, bibliographies and diagrams. The while-you-type auto-completion, auto-formatting and automatic spelling checking make difficult tasks easy (but are easy to disable if you prefer). Writer is powerful enough to tackle desktop publishing tasks such as creating multi-column newsletters and brochures. The only limit is your imagination.
Calc tames your numbers and helps with difficult decisions when you're weighing the alternatives. Analyze your data with Calc and then use it to present your final output. Charts and analysis tools help bring transparency to your conclusions. A fully-integrated help system makes easier work of entering complex formulas. Add data from external databases such as SQL or Oracle, then sort and filter them to produce statistical analyses. Use the graphing functions to display large number of 2D and 3D graphics from 13 categories, including line, area, bar, pie, X-Y, and net - with the dozens of variations available, you're sure to find one that suits your project.
Impress is the fastest and easiest way to create effective multimedia presentations. Stunning animation and sensational special effects help you convince your audience. Create presentations that look even more professional than the standard presentations you commonly see at work. Get your collegues' and bosses' attention by creating something a little bit different.
Draw lets you build diagrams and sketches from scratch. A picture is worth a thousand words, so why not try something simple with box and line diagrams? Or else go further and easily build dynamic 3D illustrations and special effects. It's as simple or as powerful as you want it to be.
Base is the database front-end of the LibreOffice suite. With Base, you can seamlessly integrate into your existing database structures. Based on imported and linked tables and queries from MySQL, PostgreSQL or Microsoft Access and many other data sources, you can build powerful databases containing forms, reports, views and queries. Full integration is possible with the in-built HSQL database.
Math is a simple equation editor that lets you lay-out and display your mathematical, chemical, electrical or scientific equations quickly in standard written notation. Even the most-complex calculations can be understandable when displayed correctly. E=mc2.
LibreOffice also comes configured with a PDF file creator, meaning you can distribute documents that you're sure can be opened and read by users of almost any computing device or operating system.
# Fixed bugs
- Perhaps it could be simplified
- fix building of the 64-bit Windows Explorer extension
- fix recalculate matrix formula dimension correctly
- mark all formula cells dirty when appending a new sheet
- speed up range name lookup by index.
- get testtool working
- move init that depends on parent to post-parent avail
- toggling grammar checkbox deletes sentence
- libreoffice doesn't build with poppler-0.17.3
- don't crash while dropping texture
- fix hang in slideshow.
- backport collection of operator= fixes
- createProcessServiceFactory can't happen before sync
- dbGridControl::RemoveColumn even if no corresponding Model column
- fix fallout - recognize .svg in odf container
- fmXGridPeer::getByIndex: Error checking of pGrid->GetModelColumnPos(nId) call
- get testtool working
- load Dialog library before trying to get embedded images
- reenable "use typedefs and endianess from sal" patch hunk
- activation order crashes address database
- let Qt call XInitThreads(), so that it knows it's been called
- comment added
- crash on closing document with footnotes
- fix for avoid crash while processing incorrect range of pages
- fix leak in pdf export.
- hide 'math baseline alignment' unless available