LibreOffice 6.1, (the latest stable version) has been released and available for download on Windows, Mac OS and Linux machines… The project behind the popular open source produtivity suite billed it as a major release with numeral features and changes… At the time of the release the latest version wasn’t available via Ubuntu default repositories…. […]
Little over a week ago, LibreOffice 6.0 was released and available for download on Windows, Mac OS and Linux machines.. At the time of the release the latest version wasn’t available via its default PPA repository… Well, now you can easily install the latest version of LibreOffice from its PPA.. This brief tutorial shows students […]
LibreOffice, the default open source productivity suite saw a major release yesterday for Windows, Mac OS and Linux systems … this brief post shows students and new users how to quickly install the latest version of the software on Ubuntu Linux .. The current version LibreOffice is at 5.4, released back in July 2017 … […]
Currently LibreOffice is the default productivity suite on almost all of Linux distributions, including Ubuntu. But prior to LibreOffice, OpenOffice was the default and probably the only trusted one that was available then. Fast forward, LibreOffice is now the king of productivity for Linux systems. This brief tutorial is going to show students and new […]
Something you probably already know and this is, LibreOffice suite is a free and powerful open source office productivity software. It has clean a interface, is feature-rich and does almost everything Microsoft Office can do. For those who can’t afford Microsoft Office can certainly install this free office office productivity tool to carry on their […]
LibreOffice can help you protect your documents with passwords. Only users with the correct password will be allowed to open the documents. How do you password-protect LibreOffice documents? For those using LibreOffice productivity suite, this brief tutorial is going to show you how to password-protect documents created with LibreOffice Suite.
Students lesson 17: Replacing LibreOffice productivity suite with OpenOffice on Ubuntu desktops. Students who are thinking of using OpenOffice productivity on Ubuntu systems, this brief tutorial shows you how to do just that. As you all know, all Ubuntu desktops come with LibreOffice installed. This is the default productivity tool on most Linux systems including […]
Students Lesson 13 Assignment: How to password-protect LibreOffice documents? For those using LibreOffice productivity suite, this brief tutorial is going to show you how to password-protect documents created with LibreOffice Suite. When a document is password-protected, authorized users won’t be able to open, read or modify it. This is a great way to make sure […]