Libreoffice Publisher

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Libreoffice and Microsoft Publisher.pub files According to the all-powerful giggle, there is a plugin for Open Office that can open.pub files, but I don't want to Oracle. I went to the LO extension site, but could not find anything regarding.pub files or Microsoft Publisher. These free LibreOffice templates are easy to download and print. Each template is available in LibreOffice format: just download one, open it in LibreOffice, edit, and print. Also available: more free printables including templates for OpenOffice, printable signs, and business form templates. The software suite features alternatives for most Microsoft Office applications and Draw by LibreOffice is a suitable choice if you’re looking to replace MS Publisher with an installable.

The first page of a newspaper 35X50 cm

Description

Draw lets you produce anything from a quick sketch to a complex plan, and gives you the means to communicate with graphics and diagrams. With a maximum page size of 300cm by 300cm, Draw is a an excellent package for producing technical drawings, brochures, posters and many other documents. LibreOffice Draw, part of the open-source LibreOffice suite, is a good tool that can open Publisher files. Most of the time, it's better to convert a Publisher file to another more universal format. There are several methods you can use to create a shareable Publisher file.

The first page of a newspaper 35X50 cm wirh 4 columns

Libre Open Office

Release List

  • ReleaseDescriptionCompatibilityOperating SystemsLicenseRelease notes
  • 1.0This is a newspaper template fo all the friends of Libreoffice. You can use it, modify as you like.3.4GPLThis is a newspaper template fo all the friends of Libreoffice. You can use it, modify as you like. This is for everybody believes in open source. It is one from 100 templates we use in Egaleo Newspaper with many many thanks to the Libreoffice community. Long live the open source!Download
  • Article Title: Extensions

You can enhance the functionality of LibreOffice with Extensions.

In the LibreOffice world, we consider 3 types of extensions:

  • extensions written in C++, Python, Java, JavaScript or LibreOffice Basic, bundled as .oxt files and shared on extensions.libreoffice.org;
  • special Calc extensions known as Add-Ins that add spreadsheet functions to Calc;
  • make galleries, wizards and autotext collections.

How to install Extensions

Installing extensions is easy, and provides many useful features.

Publisher
  • How to install a LibreOffice extension

Developing Extensions

Please refer to Development/Extension Development for more detail on how to develop extensions.

Default Extensions

In the beginning, quite some extensions were included in LibreOffice by default. But the most of them have been converted to a normal part of LibreOffice, thus in C++, the main code for LibreOffice programming.

Currently the list of default extensions exists of: (Page not found for https://www.libreoffice.org/features/extensions/ )

  • Solver for Non-linear Programming
  • Wiki Publisher

Libreoffice Wiki Publisher

Extension Bugs

See Filing a bug report against an Extension.

More Information

Libreoffice Publisher For Ubuntu

  • Extensions are available in our own LibreOffice Extensions and Templates Repository

Libreoffice Wiki Publisher Extension Download

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