The volunteer-powered LibreOffice 7.6 Community is out, promising improved features and enhanced compatibility. Users can now grab this update from the official LibreOffice website for Windows, macOS, and Linux systems.
The latest major release of LibreOffice, the open-source office suite known for its community-driven development, has just hit the digital shelves. LibreOffice 7.6 Community brings a slew of enhancements to boost your desktop productivity. This version also marks a shift in the numbering approach, as future releases will follow a calendar-based system. The update is now available for download, catering to Windows, macOS, and Linux users.
Among the new features, users will appreciate improved document themes and support for zoom gestures via touchpads in the main view. The suite refines font handling, particularly for right-to-left scripts and Asian alphabets. The Writer application introduces a handy Page Number Wizard for quick page number insertion in headers and footers. In Calc, there are advancements in number formatting and maintaining print ranges when copying spreadsheets.
For collaborative work, Impress & Draw gain a navigation panel, simplifying slide switching during presentations. Moreover, LibreOffice’s interoperability with Microsoft Office receives a boost, ensuring smoother document sharing experiences.
LibreOffice 7.6 Community’s development was a collaborative effort involving 148 contributors. The suite is available in a staggering 120 languages, catering to over 5.4 billion native speakers and 2.3 billion secondary language speakers.
For enterprises seeking control over their data, LibreOffice recommends its Enterprise applications, offering solutions for desktop, mobile, and the cloud. The LibreOffice Technology platform, which underpins these applications, stands as a beacon of compatibility and freedom from vendor lock-in.
Grab the New Release:
LibreOffice 7.6 Community is now up for grabs from the official website. With its steady commitment to innovation and enhanced compatibility, LibreOffice continues to prove its worth as a go-to open-source office suite.