LibreOffice, a free alternative to Microsoft Office, has released version 7 with a new look and some significant improvements.
LibreOffice is a free and open-source office suite that is compatible with other major office suites, and is available on all operating systems. The new release has several improvements in appearance and compatibility.
· New icon theme Sakapura (the default on macOS)
· LibreOffice 7's DOCX is now saved in native 2013/2016/2019 mode, instead of 2007 compatibility mode.
· New shapes galleries: arrows, diagrams, icons and effects
· New accessibility check tool
· Support for Open Document Foundation (ODF)
· Navigator is easier to use and has more context menu entries
· Semi-transparent text is now supported
· PDFs larger than 500 cm can now be generated
· XLSX sheet names with more than 31 characters are also now supported
For a complete list of improvements see the Release Notes.
If you haven’t used LibreOffice and are looking for an Office alternative that’s free and isn’t based in the cloud, LibreOffice is a good choice.
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