Projectlibre was founded to provide both a Cloud and desktop open source replacement of Microsoft Project. We have succeeded in that mission with the #1 alternative to Microsoft Project and a Cloud Beta coming soon. ProjectLibre has 5,000,000 desktop downloads in. Download free office suite for Windows, macOS and Linux. Microsoft compatible, based on OpenOffice, and updated regularly. Complete LibreOffice 6.4 API reference. Java UNO Runtime Reference: Reference documentation of the Java UNO runtime API. C Reference: Reference documentation of the C UNO runtime and a set of C/C base and helper functions and classes to abstract from the system layer. ProjectLibre is the #1 alternative to Microsoft Project. It has been downloaded 5,000,000 times in over 200 countries and won InfoWorld 'Best of Open Source' award. Here is an introductory video. If you are looking for a team solution or multi-project management we recommend our upcoming cloud version.
What is LibreOffice?
Do more – easily, quickly
LibreOffice is a powerful and free office suite, a successor to OpenOffice(.org), used by millions of people around the world. Its clean interface and feature-rich tools help you unleash your creativity and enhance your productivity. LibreOffice includes several applications that make it the most versatile Free and Open Source office suite on the market: Writer (word processing), Calc (spreadsheets), Impress (presentations), Draw (vector graphics and flowcharts), Base (databases), and Math (formula editing).
Great-looking, well-structured documents
Your documents will look professional and clean, regardless of their purpose: a letter, a master thesis, a brochure, financial reports, marketing presentations, technical drawings and diagrams. LibreOffice makes your work look great while you focus on the content, thanks to its powerful styles system and structuring tools.
Use documents of all kinds
LibreOffice is compatible with a wide range of document formats such as Microsoft® Word (.doc, .docx), Excel (.xls, .xlsx), PowerPoint (.ppt, .pptx) and Publisher. But LibreOffice goes much further with its native support for a modern and open standard, the Open Document Format (ODF). With LibreOffice, you have maximum control over your data and content – and you can export your work in many different formats including PDF.
Get more features with extensions
Beyond the many features shipped by default, LibreOffice is easily extensible through its powerful extensions mechanisms. Get even more features and document templates on our dedicated websites.
Free as in Freedom, now and forever
Download Project Libre For Free
LibreOffice is Free and Open Source Software, available for everyone to use, share and modify, and produced by a worldwide community of hundreds of developers. Our software is tested and used daily by a large and devoted user community – we're open to new talent and new ideas, so get involved and influence its future.
Built on a strong heritage
LibreOffice is a successor to OpenOffice.org (commonly known as OpenOffice), which in turn was based on StarOffice. Many years of development have gone into the software, and it has been used in its various incarnations by millions. Today, LibreOffice is by far the most active continuation of the OpenOffice.org codebase, with releases every six months and hundreds of contributors. Also, LibreOffice uses libraries from the Document Liberation Project, handing control back to content creators.
LibreOffice for your business
You can download and use LibreOffice for free, but bear in mind that it doesn't include technical support or other value-added services. If you want to deploy LibreOffice in a business, we strongly recommend sourcing a LibreOffice-based solution from one of our ecosystem partners.
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Considering all the work that has gone into creating equivalent/superior and compatible software with Microsoft Office, I was wondering if LibreOffice also has a substitute for Microsoft Project? I've seen others use a spreadsheet to create gantt chart's to represent and track a project schedule, but this can be very cumbersome and challenging, and requires advanced familiarity with the spreadsheet software. If there is no LibreOffice equivalent to Microsoft Project then I'd be interested in any other suggestions.