The New Getting Started Guide 6.4
The LibreOffice Documentation Team proudly announces the immediate availability of the LibreOffice Getting Started Guide 6.4, the introductory guide for the latest LibreOffice 6.4, aimed to the general public interested to quickly get familiar with the software.
The Guide was updated from the existing release 6.0 and includes an introductory documentation of the most common features of the free office suite and includes information on word processing, spreadsheets computing and charting, presentations, drawings, database management, equations and also macro programming. The update includes the changes in several components of the suite and new features introduced since release 6.0.
The Guide also introduces extensive information on the LibreOffice way of producing professional documents by using the rich set of formatting styles and correct document file format such as the Open Document Format. Needless to say, the Guide was edited, reviewed and assembled using LibreOffice 6.4.
The Getting Started 6.4 guide is the result of the collaborative work of Andrew Jensen, Claire Wood, Dan Lewis, Kees Kriek, Steve Fanning, Pulkit Krishna, Roman Kuznetsov and was reviewed and assembled by Jean Hollis Weber. A big thanks to them for all their work!
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You can also get individual chapters via this page.
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The link to the PDF version is wrong. Should be https://nextcloud.documentfoundation.org/s/W2bxwqMYnGx8HkJ/download?path=%2F&files=GS64-GettingStarted.pdf or a link which opens the PDF in the web browser.
You could also have PDF versions of the individual chapters.
No link to the GS64-GettingStarted.odt. The link given to the ODT version of the getting started guide presents the pdf version once more. Thanks for the good work anyhow! Jan K.
Very good program.
Why do the guides have to look so ugly? Starting with the front page. Well designed tamplates would help.