@dheadshot It's not a "copy" – the NotebookBar has some fundamental differences, and is available in various configurations. And anyway, it's totally optional and made by volunteers – if you don't like it, just don't use it!

@sudoLife That's a shame – but sometimes you have to just keep fighting. Point out recent developments, like this German state that's planning to move to LibreOffice over the next five years: golem.de/news/schleswig-holste

@khaine411 Thanks! There'll be translations when people volunteer to make them! You can see the state of documentation in different languages using the navigation bar at the top: documentation.libreoffice.org/ – If something is missing in your language, we'd appreciate some help 👍

In 2019, LibreOffice's Design community @liboDesign worked on the NotebookBar user interface, along with menus, icons, the sidebar, a "Tip of the dialog" box dialog and much more. Discover all in our Annual Report: blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

Do more with your spreadsheets! Our documentation community has released the LibreOffice Calc Guide 6.4, covering all aspects of the spreadsheet module. Learn about formulas, functions, charts, macros, customisation and linking to databases: blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

When our communities can't meet up in person, they go online! Check out the latest updates from the Hispanic LibreOffice community, which had live video broadcasts of presentations on various topics: blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

LibreOffice community members and certified developers are crafting LibreOffice 7.0, the next major version! It's due in early August – so if you have some technical knowledge, you can help to test the beta releases and make it a rock-solid release: qa.blog.documentfoundation.org

LibreOffice is about more than just a free office suite. It's about empowering communities around the world with productivity tools, in every location and language possible. Learn how Jwtiyar Ali is localising LibreOffice into Kurdish, for example: blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

Don't just be a LibreOffice user – be part of the community that makes it happen! Build up your skills, meet new people, have fun – and make LibreOffice even better for millions of users around the world: libreoffice.org/community/get-

LibreOffice's documentation community is working on updates and translations to our guidebooks! Give them a hand and gain valuable experience in technical writing. Here's an update from our Czech community, for instance: blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

Quick update on the joint @opensuse and LibreOffice Conference 2020, which will take place online! We've slightly adjusted the dates – now it's from October 15 - 17: blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

LibreOffice's design community is working on redesigning our website. Give them a hand – send them your feedback in a quick survey!


LibreOffice tip of the day: You can easily optimise your tables by going to Table > Size > Distribute Rows / Columns Evenly.

Want to get involved in the LibreOffice project, but not sure where to start? Check out our map of community members – and find someone near you! (Or where there are gaps in this map, help us to fill them – let's set up more local LibreOffice communities!) libreoffice.org/community/comm

Join the LibreOffice community, meet new people, build up your skillset, and help to improve software used by millions around the world! That's what Andreas Hainisch did – find out how he got involved: blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

@jwinnie Possibly! You could try asking on ask.libreoffice.org/en/questio and sharing the document in question, to see if others have a similar issue...

@saikonobiwa You could ask the French LibreOffice community on their mailing list: discuss+subscribe@fr.libreoffice.org to subscribe, and check the instructions in the automatic response to confirm. Then you can mail discuss@fr.libreoffice.org to ask!

LibreOffice is free software – but it doesn't come out of nowhere! Donations to The Document Foundation, the non-profit entity behind LibreOffice, help us to grow our projects and communities in many ways. We appreciate your support: libreoffice.org/donate/

@jwinnie Without seeing the document, it's impossible to say!

Announcing the winners in the Month of LibreOffice, May 2020! Over 400 contributors helped out last month, and can claim cool sticker packs. Plus: 20 have been chosen at random to receive extra merchandise: blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

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