LibreOffice 5.3 Upgrade Brings Open-Source Office Suite to the Cloud

1 - LibreOffice 5.3 Upgrade Brings Open-Source Office Suite to the Cloud
2 - Writer Gets PDF Improvements
3 - Help Menu System Is Improved
4 - Safe Mode Provides Stability
5 - Table Formatting Gets New Menu System
6 - Page Options More Easily Customized
7 - Small Capitals Come to Writer
8 - Impress Gets New Presentation Template Selector
9 - Calc Spreadsheet Has Improved Function Wizard
10 - LibreOffice Goes Online
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LibreOffice 5.3 Upgrade Brings Open-Source Office Suite to the Cloud

The open-source office suite enhances multiple features, making it easier for users to build documents, spreadsheets and presentations.

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Writer Gets PDF Improvements

Users now can digitally sign PDF files and verify existing signatures. PDF support overall has improved, with the ability to insert PDFs into document files as images.

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Help Menu System Is Improved

The help menu system has been enhanced, providing access to community support forums as well as user guides.

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Safe Mode Provides Stability

The new Safe Mode in LibreOffice 5.3 will start the office suite with extensions disabled, to help users identify problems that could be slowing down the office suite or causing it to crash.

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Table Formatting Gets New Menu System

The table formatting capability in LibreOffice 5.3 is improved with new formatting options for different table styles.

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Page Options More Easily Customized

In Writer, users now have a new sidebar page options menu that aims to make it quicker to change page settings.

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Small Capitals Come to Writer

Among the new toolbar options is a one-click button for formatting a text selection with small capitals.

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Impress Gets New Presentation Template Selector

The Impress presentation application in LibreOffice 5.3 benefits from a new template selector screen to start building new presentations quickly.

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Calc Spreadsheet Has Improved Function Wizard

The Calc spreadsheet application in LibreOffice 5.3 includes an updated function wizard that makes it easier for users to search and find spreadsheet functions.

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LibreOffice Goes Online

While LibreOffice has always been available to run on desktop operating systems, the new release can be run in the cloud as well. Among the many different ways that LibreOffice can be deployed to the cloud is via a Docker container image.

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