This guide show how to inserting Qur’an verses in libre office, w are using plugin QIOO for openoffice. QIOO is actually developed for OpenOffice, but can be used for LibreOffice
on 11/26/2012 – Made popular on 11/26/2012
I have been working on OpenOffice Writer most of the time when it was by default used by any linux flavour. Don't know what goes wrong and all linux distros give LibreOffice suite. But does LibreOffice really work as stable and great as OpenOffice Suite?
Is there any PPA for ubuntu that supplies OpenOffice suite to install and update regularly?
I know that many people here are recommending LibreOffice, but what if I want to use OpenOffice? How do I install it? I see in Synaptic Package Manager that, if I choose openoffice.org, it will also install a number of libreoffice packages. Seems that it will install LibreOffice rather than OpenOffice.I got an issue with LibreOffice on Mac but my spreadsheet works fine in OpenOff
Just over a year ago the open source Office Suite world was disturbed by indecision, much the same way world stock markets have been upset by uncertainty today. Oracle had purchased Sun Microsystems and with it the “ownership” of the open source office suite OpenOffice.org.
If you are a user of OpenOffice.org or LibreOffice you might be familiar with styles and formatting. These are pre-defined text formats that you can select from in order to change various aspects of your text. With both OpenOffice.org and LibreOffice you have the ability to create custom styles and formats that can be used, and re-used, easily.
Not too long ago, many, yours truly included, thought that OpenOffice was dead. That opinion was informed by the decision the major Linux distributions made to replace OpenOffice.org, as it was known at that time, with LibreOffice, the new office suite forked from OpenOffice.org by its former contributors. If this is all news to you, [...]
Dj Walker-Morgan over at the H Open writes: "The Document Foundation is a newly founded organisation with a mission: to make an office suite available as truly free software, developed within the wider community. Supported by companies like Google, Novell and Red Hat, the Foundation has forked the Oracle-owned OpenOffice software and created LibreOffice.