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LibreOffice has extensive documentation in many languages – but it doesn't just happen by magic. It's created and maintained by a worldwide community – and you can join them, and build up your skills! Learn how Steve Fanning got involved:

LibreOffice is free software - but that's means more than just zero cost. It's about having the freedom to use, study, change and share the software. Learn more here: (Oh, and how many free software project logos do you recognise in this image?)

LibreOffice tip of the day: the suite allows you to use assistive tools, such as external screen readers, Braille devices or speech recognition input devices. Learn more:

Coming up on Sunday: "I love Free Software Day" with the Free Software Foundation Europe! Get prepared by making a banner – we've created a hybrid PDF file that also opens in LibreOffice Draw, so that you can edit it:

Turn your hobby into a paid job! Join the team at The Document Foundation as a Developer Community Architect (m/f/d), 20-40h per week, working remotely. You'll help to bring new developers into our projects – Application deadline is February 18:

Poll time! For how long have you been using LibreOffice?

LibreOffice tip of the day: Use Page/Slide > Properties > 'Fit object to paper format' in Draw/Impress to resize the objects so that they fit on your chosen paper format.

Do more with your presentations! The LibreOffice Impress Guide 7.0 is now available, thanks to our documentation community. It's packed with tips, tricks and walkthroughs to get the most out of the software:

It's devroom time at ! Learn about the technology inside LibreOffice, with talks from The Document Foundation, Collabora Office, Allotropia and other developers:

LibreOffice tip of the day: To distribute some text in multiple columns, select the text and choose Format > Columns in the menu.

We're at FOSDEM! It's the biggest meeting of free and open source software fans in Europe (and online this year). Visit the LibreOffice stand, check out our videos, and say hello in the chat room – we'd love to hear from you!

LibreOffice is more than just software – it's a worldwide community, working together on something they love. Learn what they did in January, in the lead-up to LibreOffice 7.1:

LibreOffice 7.1 includes many user interface refinements thanks to Rizal Muttaqin and our Design community. Learn about improvements to the Elementary icon theme, and how consistency has been improved:

LibreOffice Calc tip of the day: Click a column field (row) PivotTable and press F12 to group data. Choices adapt to content: Date (month, quarter, year), number (classes)

Clear point for @libreoffice : giving me options on .csv export on string escapes and separation character. Unlike MS Excel, which just saves along the system-wide language preferences and undisclosed own rules on which strings need to be escaped and which not.

Enjoying the new LibreOffice 7.1 release? Come and say hello to the community behind it, at the online FOSDEM event! We'll have a virtual "booth" this Saturday, and technical talks on Sunday:

Congratulations to on the release of LibreOffice 7.1 🎇

It is great to make beautiful contributions and being a strong partner in the ecosystem and part of the amazing community. 🤝

Learn more about #Collabora's work for this #LibreOffice!

Big news: LibreOffice 7.1 is here! Huge thanks to all our volunteers and certified developers for making it happen. Discover the new features and improvements in this release, and why we're calling it "Community":

Americans! And Canadians! There are some gaps here, on our map of LibreOffice community contributors. Let's fix that! Help out with our projects, get involved in LibreOffice, and let us know if you'd like to be added to the map:

LibreOffice tip of the day: Select a different icon set from Tools > Options > LibreOffice > View > User Interface > Icon style.

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