Libreoffice 5.3

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If I click on the icon for a file all I get is the swirly thing and then nothing happens. I used the file earlier today and closed it without a problem. I can't open the program either???

LibreOffice is the power-packed free, libre and open source personal productivity suite for Windows, Macintosh and GNU/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.

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Abbreviations accessibility - LibreOffice Writer address books - exchanging adjusting page margins alphabetical indexes anchors - options animations - text arithmetical operators in formulas arranging - headings Asian languages - search options Asian languages - sorting paragraphs/table rows aspect ratio - resizing objects AutoCorrect. In this short tutorial, I show how to enable a ribbon, like which Microsoft Office, uses in LibreOffice 5.3.For commands and more, look here:https://www.linu. LibreOffice 5.3.3 recently released, is the latest fresh version of LibreOffice 5.3 series which was released in early February. It comes with new features and program enhancements for technology enthusiasts. Before we proceed on how to install libreoffice on ubuntu, lets review what libreoffice is. A look at the new features in LibreOffice 5.3.Download: involved.

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Can you please tell me what OS you use and what is the full version number you're using (for example 5.3.3)?

Hello Ahmedlazza58 here. I'm using Windows 10 Home, version 1703, OS build 15063.413 Chrome browser 59.0.3071.115 64 bitThanks for any help you can give.

Hi lazza58, please download the latest version of LibreOffice which is 5.3.4 and let me know if this is still happening.

Today, February 1, 2017, The Document Foundation, a non-profit organization established to promote and advance the development of the open-source LibreOffice office suite, announced the general availability of LibreOffice 5.3.

The development of LibreOffice 5.3 started last year in October, when The Document Foundation Co Founder, Marketing & PR Italo Vignoli informed us about the first bug hunting session for the upcoming office suite, which took place on October 21, 2016. Since then, LibreOffice 5.3 received multiple Alpha and Beta milestones that implemented numerous features that we laid down for your reading pleasure below.


'LibreOffice is backed by a fantastic community of developers,' says Michael Meeks, a member of the board of The Document Foundation. 'In 2010, only a few people were betting on our capability of attracting a large number of code contributors, which are instrumental for the success of a large code base. In six years we have attracted over 1,100 new developers and, thanks to this large community, during the last two years we have had an average of 300 people active on the source code.'

Here's what's new in LibreOffice 5.3

Probably the most important feature of LibreOffice 5.3 is its new user-friendly and flexible user interface concept called MUFFIN (My User Friendly & Flexible INterface), which many reported last year as a Microsoft Office-like Ribbon UI. In fact, the tasty new UI concept is a 'personal' user interface capable of adapting to your needs and the device's screen you're currently using for editing LibreOffice documents.

While still experimental, MUFFIN is the big LibreOffice interface change that users requested for so long, providing a total of four different UI styles that will change depending on whether you're deploying the office suite on a laptop or desktop computer. These include the default look with toolbars, the Single Toolbar UI, the Sidebar UI with a Single Toolbar, and a new Notebook Bar UI. You can see them all in action in the screenshot gallery below.

MUFFIN - Single Toolbar UI

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MUFFIN - Sidebar with a Single Toolbar

The LibreOffice Writer received a new 'Go to Page' dialog so you can easily jump to another page of a lengthy document. Table Styles have been implemented as well with support for importing and exporting ODF table styles. New Arrows toolbox provides a bunch of drawing tools that were previously available only for LibreOffice Draw and Impress, borderless padding is now displayed by default, and you can now set the small capitals character property.

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LibreOffice Calc also inherited the new Arrows toolbox from LibreOffice Draw and Impress, along with new spreadsheet functions, ODF 1.2 compatibility, support for fraction number formats, the ability to load default cell styles from a file in the user profile, various improvements to pivot tables, as well as support for enabling wildcards in formulas by default for new documents.

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LibreOffice Impress now displays a Template Selector that lets you select a Template to start with, such as the brand-new Pencil and Vivid ones. Some of the existing templates received various small improvements, too. On the other hand, LibreOffice Draw ships with new arrow endings, LibreOffice Base supports Firebird 3.0.0, and LibreOffice Chart improves trend line equation.

Lastly, LibreOffice Math allows subscripts and superscripts to the intd dynamically-sized integral, improves MathML imports with the ability to import MathML's < mspace > tags and its stretchy integral symbols, improves MathML exports with the ability to export Greek symbols and dynamically-sized integral intd, and adds new 'Evaluated At' command in the 'Brackets' section of the Elements window.

As for the general, under-the-hood improvements, LibreOffice 5.3 comes with a new text layout engine that uses HarfBuzz to ensure a consistent text layout on all supported operating systems, supports importing of StarOffice binary files like .sdc, .sda and .sdw, supports Microsoft Office's default 'RC4 CryptoAPI Encryption' binary document encryption, and allows users to insert PDF files as images into documents.

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The OpenXML filter received numerous improvements, and LibreOffice 5.3 provides support for Microsoft Office URI schemes like ms-word:, ms-powerpoint:, ms-excel:, ms-visio:, and ms-access:. New Safe Mode dialog has been added as well, the document signing functionality was updated to support import and export of PDF signatures, as well as support for PAdES and XAdES signing of PDF files.Color paletteswere also improved and the first source release of LibreOffice Online is now generally available.


Download LibreOffice 5.3 for GNU/Linux, macOS, and Microsoft Windows.