Tips & Tricks Archive

LibreOffice Tips & Tricks: Replacing Microsoft Fonts

Fonts are one of the main culprits of LibreOffice interoperability problems with Microsoft Office documents, when viewed from the end user’s point of view. In fact, Microsoft Office document are often using one of the default fonts – either the old “Core Fonts for the Web” (deprecated in 2002, but still

LibreOffice Tips & Tricks: Converting 4:3 Slides into 16:9 Slides

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Today, the majority of screens and projectors is using the 16:9 aspect ratio, while in the past has been using the 4:3 aspect ratio. So, many people have a large number of slide decks based on the old 4:3 aspect ratio, which have to

Quick video tutorial: Starting LibreOffice and its modules on Windows 10

Videos created by our community are a great way to spread the word about LibreOffice, and help new users to get the most out of the software. This video, from Harald Berger, summarises the different ways to start LibreOffice 6.4 – and its various modules – under Windows 10:

LibreOffice Tuesday T&T: Writer Templates

A template is a draft document that you can re-use over and over to generate new documents, based on the same basic format and with the same headers, footers, styles and formats. In this way you can make all your documents look the same. For instance, it enables you to create a single template for

LibreOffice Tuesday T&T: Writer Keyboard Shortcuts

Interesting article on REPUBLICWORLD.COM about LibreOffice Writer Keyboard Shortcuts, which – according to the editor – help to improve the usability of the software:

However, it becomes highly important to know LibreOffice shortcut keys to create content faster. LibreOffice shortcut keys also help a user use the medium more effectively. If you

LibreOffice Tuesday T&T: Impress Presenter Screen

LibreOffice Impress is a valuable presentation software, with plenty of advanced features. One of the most liked by skilled presenters is the so called Presentation Screen, which