LibreOffice 7.6.5 released for productivity environments

Berlin, February 22, 2024 – LibreOffice 7.6.5 Community is immediately available from for Windows, macOS, and Linux [1]. This is the most thoroughly tested version of the suite, for deployments by individuals, small and medium businesses, and other organizations in productivity environments.

For enterprise-class deployments, TDF strongly recommends the LibreOffice Enterprise family of applications from ecosystem partners – for desktop, mobile and cloud – with a large number of dedicated value-added features and other benefits such as SLA (Service Level Agreements):

We have received a Postcard from FSFE

We have received a postcard from FSFE (Free Software Foundation Europe), with a nice small poem.

Every time we see .ODT, every bell rings.
LibreOffice, you are our wings:
so good you make us fly
editing for hours as well as on the fly.

With your huge crows of proud volunteers,
you deserve all of our cheers!

Video: New features in LibreOffice 24.2

LibreOffice 24.2 is our new major update, with new features, compatibility improvements, and performance boosts. Check out this video, with subtitles in 28 languages thanks to our awesome localisation community – or if you’d prefer to watch it on PeerTube, here’s a link.

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How your donations helped LibreOffice and TDF in 2023

Donations to The Document Foundation help us to grow our community, run our infrastructure, organise events and share knowledge. And as a result, LibreOffice keeps on improving for all users! Many thanks to all of our supporters. Here’s a quick infographic showing how we used your donations in 2023:

Infographic showing how LibreOffice donations were used to fund the conference, support development mentors and more

LibreOffice 24.2 Community available for all operating systems

Berlin, 31 January 2024 – LibreOffice 24.2 Community, the new major release of the free, volunteer-supported office suite and the first to use the new calendar-based numbering scheme (YY.M), is now available at for Windows (Intel, AMD and ARM), macOS (Apple and Intel) and Linux. The new numbering scheme will help users keep their LibreOffice installation up to date.…

New Getting Started Guide for LibreOffice 7.6

Rob Thornton, Vlada Savitskaia, Peter Schofield, B. Antonio Fernandez, Jean H. Weber and Olivier Hallot,  volunteers from the LibreOffice Documentation community, are happy to announce the latest version of the Getting Started Guide updated to the features available in LibreOffice 7.6.

This book is for anyone who wants to get up to speed quickly with LibreOffice 7.6.…