Author Topic: LibreOffice 6.2.3 x64 Lite  (Read 5256 times)

August 17, 2018, 09:45 AM
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libreoffice has been updated to 6.1.0 (link in the first message of the thread).
It’s a x64, light version with only 3 dictionaries installed by default (English, French, Spanish). The interface is in English.
Unlike the previous versions, the installer is now totally silent, with a progress bar. You can deploy this version in your firm, Libreoffice is free.





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August 17, 2018, 12:27 PM
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libreoffice has been updated to 6.1.0 (link in the first message of the thread).
It’s a x64, light version with only 3 dictionaries installed by default (English, French, Spanish). The interface is in English.
Unlike the previous versions, the installer is now totally silent, with a progress bar. You can deploy this version in your firm, Libreoffice is free.






On Windows, I use Office 2016 which can open odt and other Libreoffice/Openoffice formats. On linux I use LibreOffice.
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February 10, 2019, 01:45 PM
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updated to LibreOffice 6.2.0 x64 Lite

February 10, 2019, 09:36 PM
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updated to LibreOffice 6.2.0 x64 Lite

Does the Libreoffice installation program allow you to install only those features you need? I'm asking with Office 2016 all I use is Word and Excel, so that's all I install. The rest is bloat, I have no use for it. It's pretty bad having to install garbage you don't need and will never use.

February 11, 2019, 05:05 AM
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updated to LibreOffice 6.2.0 x64 Lite

Does the Libreoffice installation program allow you to install only those features you need? I'm asking with Office 2016 all I use is Word and Excel, so that's all I install. The rest is bloat, I have no use for it. It's pretty bad having to install garbage you don't need and will never use.
Then grab a Home/Student edition from kinguin that includes only Word,excel,powerpoint and Onenote.


February 14, 2019, 10:15 PM
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Then grab a Home/Student edition from kinguin that includes only Word,excel,powerpoint and Onenote.

If all I use is Word and Excel, the other stuff remains unwanted bloat. I can't understand why these guys force users to install bloat that will never be used and does nothing more than take up hard drive space. Oh well -- I'll still use MS Office until the day that getting a pirated copy is impossible (yeah, right)  :)