LibreOffice is a popular, free, and open source alternative to Microsoft Office. It lets you create and edit spreadsheets, text documents, presentations, databases, and other office-style documents.

Version 3.6 of LibreOffice is now available, and it adds a number of new features, bug fixes, and general improvements. It’s available as a free download for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

LibreOffice 3.6

Here are some of the changes in the latest version of LibreOffice:

  • PDF export with watermark option
  • Word Count added to the Status bar in Writer
  • Import Office SmartArt into Writer
  • Improved CSV file import in Calc
  • Improved copy/paste functions in Calc
  • Support for color scales and data bars in Calc
  • New Impress master pages
  • User interface improvements
  • Faster pivot table refreshing in Calc

You can find a more detailed list of new features in the release notes.

The developers of LibreOffice are also working on a version for Android, but it’s not nearly ready for prime time yet.

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