Libreoffice Mac App Store

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full-featured office suite

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Mac App Store: LibreOffice Vanilla from Collabora These versions are free software (as in open source) but there's a small charge to cover the effort of putting software in the app stores. LibreOffice is a powerful and free office suite, used by millions of people around the world. Its clean interface and feature-rich tools help you unleash your creativity and enhance your productivity. LibreOffice includes several applications that make it the most versatile Free and Open Source office suite on the market: Writer (word processing), Calc (spreadsheets), Impress (presentations.

Version 7.1.2 for Windows, Multilingual-Standard
173MB download / 532-722MB installed
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Version 7.1.2 for Windows, Multilingual-All
229MB download / 550-1100MB installed
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LibreOffice Portable Fresh can run from a cloud folder, external drive, or local folder without installing into Windows. It's even better with the PortableApps.com Platform for easy installs and automatic updates.

Also Available: LibreOffice Portable Still, LibreOffice Portable Legacy 5.4

- Support LibreOffice development

- Support PortableApps.com's development and hosting

Description

LibreOffice Portable is a full-featured office suite -- including a word processor, spreadsheet, presentation tool, drawing package and database -- that's compatible with Microsoft Office, Word Perfect, Lotus and other office applications. It's easy-to-use and feature-rich, performing nearly all of the functions you'd expect in an office suite, but at no cost. Additional functionality including the Base database and document creation wizards is enabled by installing the jPortable portable Java runtime environment.

App Notes

Standard vs All Languages: The standard download includes support for English (US and GB), Arabic (if available), Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazilian and Portugal), Russian, and Spanish. The All Languages download includes all languages supported. The Portable App Directory app store built into the PortableApps.com Platform will automatically select the right download for you. An option during installation allows you to remove extra language templates, dictionaries, and other files to save you space.

App Fonts Download - Some or all of the fonts that are normally packaged with this package are not included due to a bug within the Windows 10 Anniversary update that causes dynamically loaded fonts to take 10 times longer to load. The fonts are available as a direct download zip of fonts. You add the fonts to the PortableApps.com Platform (recommended) by placing them in the PortableAppsPortableApps.comDatafonts directory. You can also add the fonts directly to this app by placing them within the Datafonts directory within the portable app's main directory.

LibreOffice will not run correctly when there are non-ASCII characters in its install path.

Support

Libreoffice vanilla

For help with this app, please see the following:

Libreoffice Mac App Store

Libre Office Applications

  • External: Publisher Documentation
  • External: Publisher Support
  • PortableApps.com Forum: Portable App Support

Download Details

Microsoft
  • Publisher: The Document Foundation & PortableApps.com (John T. Haller)
  • Date Updated: 2021-04-14
  • Date Added: 2011-01-12
  • System Requirements: Windows 7, 8, 10 & WINE
  • App License: Open Source (LGPL)
  • Source: LibreOffice, PortableApps.com Launcher, PortableApps.com Installer
  • MD5 Hash: 9cdb7d7e34dee7412206dff7b19513f1, All: 036b4c6e0ea0a3244ddaeb485b60b30b
  • SHA256 Hash: ee21d8ff0267886c2d156d756d1278a9d02db4373da7cd66ae92c99363f5a26d, All: 72e450453ecde2ccfa47094567703501033656599ebf15ba411c8e5f90dc7b03

Microsoft Libre

LibreOffice Portable is packaged for portable use in conjunction with The Document Foundation