LibreOffice An open-source office suite that offers a good alternative to commercial office tools on Linux, Windows and Mac OS X platforms.
LibreOffice is an open-source fecundity suite that provides all the necessary office ingredients for small enterprises, educational and nonprofit organizations. It is a fork of the well-known OpenOffice.org application.
A direct replacement for OpenOffice.org
The history of LibreOffice begins not long ago, as a continuation of the work already implemented in the OpenOffice.org software. The initial launch of LibreOffice was available in 2011. Since then, the project received a lot of attention from the open-source community, many developers joined the team and, in just a couple of years, it matured the number whole office suite for Almost, if not all Linux distributions.
It is compatible with the main office suites.
The project is compatible with several other main office suite applications, including OpenOffice.org and Microsoft Office is available on a variety of platforms and consists of six foremost segments: Writer, Calc, Impress, Base, Math, and Draw.
Principal components of LibreOffice
LibreOffice Writer is the foremost component and probably the most used. It is also the most important of the entire office suite, as many people install LibreOffice to create high-quality text documents. It provides users with many options to format text, insert tables, drawings and images.
LibreOffice Calc is there for those of you who work with spreadsheet certificates, and LibreOffice
Math can be utilized to easily insert equations and formulas into word documents, spreadsheets,
drawings, and portrayals. If you work a lot with presentations and slide shows, we recommend using the Impress component of LibreOffice. In addition, LibreOffice Draw allows you to generate drawings that include graphs, formulas or tables. The last component, and the most advanced, is LibreOffice Base, which can be used to design and maintain databases for storing all types of data, from survey information to financial reports.
Developer: The Document Foundation