Nice that LibreOffice - which sees itself as the future of the OpenOffice project - also exists for macOS. The open source office suite already feels "round" and successful. P>
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LibreOffice for macOS is a spin-off of the open office suite OpenOffice, including word processing, spreadsheet, presentation and drawing program. P> LibreOffice for macOS LibreOffice is the result of the independent continuation of OpenOffice. The "The Document Foundation", which was founded by the OpenOffice.org community, wants to take another step towards self-employment.
The free LibreOffice delivers everything that an office suite needs. From word processing to spreadsheet to presentation development, all divisions are covered. In addition to many other formats, Microsoft formats such as DOC and DOCX are also supported.
Originally, like OpenOffice, Libre Office previously worked with "Open Document formats", such as ODT for text, ODS for spreadsheets or ODP for presentations.