LibreOffice 7.5 Now Available

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The Document Foundation has announced that LibreOffice 7.5 Community edition is now available for Linux, Windows, and macOS. 

LibreOffice is the favorite office suite for many Linux users, says Jack Wallen, and the newest release offers plenty of new features and other improvements. “One of the most obvious changes comes by way of a new icon set that is more colorful and vibrant,” he says. 

Other notable changes, according to the announcement, include:

  • Major improvements in dark mode support 
  • Better bookmark handling
  • Improved PDF export
  • Data tables are now supported in charts
  • Customizable table styles 

This major release of the free office suite can be downloaded from

Read more at Linux Magazine.

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