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Guess what: LibreOffice documentation is available in many languages, thanks to our worldwide community of writers and translators. Today, the Czech team announces the Writer Guide 6.4 – great work, everyone!

LibreOffice is a worldwide project, with hundreds of people across the globe contributing to development, design, documentation, marketing and more. Join us! And read about how Gökçe Kuler got involved with the dev community:

Boost your LibreOffice skills! Our documentation community has released the LibreOffice Writer Guide 7.1 – covering styles, illustrations, indexes, tables of contents, master documents, form design, document automation and more:

What's new in LibreOffice 7.1? And how can you help to make 7.2 extra awesome? Watch our online presentation at Grazer Linuxtage – today at 13:45 UTC:

Why do you use LibreOffice? Perhaps because it's free and open source software, or because it runs on Linux, Windows and macOS. Maybe it's because it opens 150+ types of document: – Or possibly because you want privacy and control over your data. Tell us!

Every day, LibreOffice gets stronger thanks to the great work of the Quality Assurance community. In March, they fixed 224 bugs and resolved hundreds of other bug reports! Learn more, and give them a hand:

LibreOffice tip of the day: You can show formulas instead of results with View > Show Formula (or Tools > Options > LibreOffice Calc > View > Display > Formulas).

Governments and public bodies: don't become victims of vendor lock-in! Public money is better used to support free software and open standards. Look at Dortmund in Germany, where free and open source software is now a standard:

Today we released LibreOffice 7.1.2 – the second bugfix update to the 7.1 branch. But what are the big new features in the LibreOffice 7.1 family? Check out this video for an overview...

Update time: LibreOffice 7.1.2 is now available, with over 60 bugfixes and compatibility improvements. Learn more and download it:

LibreOffice tip of the day: You can copy from one sheet to another without the clipboard. Select the area to copy, Ctrl+click the target sheet's tab and use Sheet > Fill Cells > Fill Sheets.

LibreOffice tip of the day: Use Data > Statistics for sampling, descriptive statistics, analysis of variance, correlation, and much more in LibreOffice Calc.

Missing LibreOffice in your native language (or another language that you know)? Give us a hand, and let's make it happen! Our localisation and translation communities will show you what to do:

Want a new feature in LibreOffice? Make it happen! We're a community open source project – so give our volunteers a hand, or consider funding a developer to work on the things you need:

Tell us: how did you discover LibreOffice? Maybe it was via friends/family/colleagues, or perhaps you learnt about it from a magazine or website. Whatever your story, we want to hear it – reply and let us know!

LibreOffice tip of the day: In Calc, you can open a CSV file as a new sheet in the current spreadsheet via Sheet > Sheet from file.

LibreOffice tip of the day: Want to find words containing more than 10 characters? Edit > Find & Replace > Search > [a-z]{10,} > Other Options > check Regular expressions.

LibreOffice tip of the day: Change the basic fonts for the predefined template or current document per Tools > Options > LibreOffice Writer > Basic Fonts. More details here:

LibreOffice tip of the day: Did you know that you can attach comments to portions of text? Just use the shortcut Ctrl+Alt+C.

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