LibreOffice 3.3 Release Candidate 3 available
The Document Foundation is happy to announce the third release candidate of LibreOffice 3.3. This release candidate is not intended for production use! The final release of LibreOffice 3.3, for production use, will be available soon.
The Release Candidate 3 is available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X from our download page at
Should you find bugs, please report them to the FreeDesktop Bugzilla:
If you want to get involved with this exciting project, you can contribute code:
translate LibreOffice to your language:
or just donate:
A list of known issues with RC3 is available from our wiki:
Finally, let us express a BIG Thank You! to the following 89 individuals who have contributed to the LibreOffice source code and translations repository between Beta 3 and RC3:
Andrew C. E. Dent
Arjuna Rao Chavala
A S Alam
Freek de Kruijf
Jonas Finnemann Jensen
Muthu Subramanian K
Sveinn í Felli
The Steering Committee of The Document Foundation
Glad to see that this is not the final release! We need the new nice icons from the blog before it can be final^^
Now i expect the italian site in the “international sites” section!
List of changes:
Congratulations, and thank you for the amazing job on LibO.
For Debian-based Linux distributions, here is a quite complete installation guide:
Hope it helps!
Tell me: Why is this old font “Times New Roman” still the standard font?! I know that I can change it, however this font is far >>>too<<< old to ever be used again! Your enemy named Microsoft does it far better and uses NEW and NICE fonts!!!
Download and install, so great…Launch as quickly as they could.
congrats on LibreOffice 3.3 Release Candidate 3
Many thanks to the LibreOffice developers!
The Windows version of this release appears to be significantly improved over the beta releases when it comes to font rendering, which for me as a journalist and editor is critical. It is for this reason that I’ve been mostly using Microsoft Office 2010 with the 64-bit version of Windows 7 Professional on a Lenovo X201 tablet PC. Now I don’t make use of most of the whizzy features in Office 2010, and feel that OneNote is a solution looking for a problem, but I like the Microsoft office suite as it is well designed, and easy on the eye when used for hours at a time. Hopefully, at some point in the near future, I can switch full-time to LibreOffice.
There is one minor thing that bugs me, even though it is only an aesthetic matter. That is, desktop thumbnails on Windows 7 do not have a transparent background, unlike, say, those for PDF files. Is there any way of fixing this?
Great .. but i think we nead update reminder inside libreoffice 😀 or auto updater …
I am new here. What is different between OpenOffice and LibreOffice ?
Can this support all type of Microsoft Office files format ?