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Love ❤️ LibreOffice? Join the community that makes it happen! You can learn new skills, and get involved with localisation, QA and other topics. Jean-Baptiste Faure talks about his experiences: blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

Big news in August was the release of LibreOffice 7.4! But we also heard from students at a university in Mexico, doing terrific things for the community – and more: blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

Sparklines in spreadsheets! These are mini-charts, added in LibreOffice 7.4, our new major release. Thanks to Tomaž Vajngerl at Collabora Office for implementing the feature. Learn more here: wiki.documentfoundation.org/Re

Community members around the world – like Mauricio Baeza – help to make better with every release! Learn more, and join them: blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

Community members around the world – like Mauricio Baeza – help to make better with every release! Learn more, and join them: blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

Yesterday, we announced 7.4, our new major release. But most of the work was done by community members and certified developers – so we've forwarded your thanks to them: blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

Yesterday, we announced 7.4, our new major release. But most of the work was done by community members and certified developers – so we've forwarded your thanks to them: blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

Released today, a major update: 7.4!

✅ 16,384 columns in spreadsheets
✅ Better change tracking
✅ Document themes in presentations

...plus compatibility improvements, performance boosts and more. Get it here ➡️ blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

Released today, a major update: 7.4!

✅ 16,384 columns in spreadsheets
✅ Better change tracking
✅ Document themes in presentations

...plus compatibility improvements, performance boosts and more. Get it here ➡️ blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

Our first in-person LibreOffice Conference since 2019 (pictured) is coming up! Meet us in Milan, Italy from September 28 – October 1. Register here: conference.libreoffice.org/202

Over time, I've become a big fan of the @libreoffice "Grouped Bar Compact" toolbar: the most used symbols on top and space for the menu with the rest below (image taken from libreofficehelp.com/change-lib). Gives me quick access to frequently used functions as well as to the more specific ones in the drop-down menus while still looking clean and uncluttered. I like!

Boost your programming skills, and learn about OpenDocument Format – the native format of LibreOffice (and used by many other apps): dev.blog.documentfoundation.or

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