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Wat is LibreOffice?
De app waarmee je elk Microsoft Word-document, Excel-spreadsheet en Powerpoint-bestand kunt maken, bewerken en bekijken.
LibreOffice - Details
Opgericht in 2016
LibreOffice - Prijsoverzicht
LibreOffice vanaf US$ 0,01. LibreOffice heeft een gratis versie en biedt een gratis proefperiode. Hieronder vindt u extra prijsinformatie voor LibreOffice.
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Beoordeeld op 3-11-2017
I have been using LibreOffice since 2010, and OpenOffice since 2003. Excellent.
LibreOffice forked from OpenOffice in 2010 and has since become the premier open source office suite.
It has many pros:
-- open source license and thus is free. Most importantly, it is created by a community of developers who believe good quality software should be available to everyone, not just those who can afford it. Most of the world's population cannot afford a license of MS Word, nor do they have access to the internet. Open source software ensures that disadvantaged populations have better access to good software. Additionally, the open standards used by LibreOffice ensure that user's data will remain accessible and not locked into a proprietary format from which it cannot be extracted. - standard menu. LibreOffice has smartly chosen to continue using standard menus rather than "ribbon menus" which many people find confusing because they change based on the task being performed. Few studies have proven that ribbon menus offer any productivity advantage whatsoever. - easy to use. All of the features of LibreOffice are quite easy to use and plenty of third-party documentation and tutorials exist online. - rapid development. New versions of LibreOffice are released every six months. - LibreOffice has plugins for use with Zotero, an open source reference manager. This makes it an indepsensibe tool for university students and researchers.
Minpunten: - because it is under rapid development, the "FRESH" releases of LibreOffice sometimes crash. The "STABLE" version is, well, more stable, but I've still had it crash or freeze on me, although its unusual and no more often than MS Word crashes. - While LibreOffice can open and create MS Word documents, sometimes the formatting is not exactly the same.
Beoordeeld op 11-2-2020
Great for a free alternative to MS Office
Opmerkingen: Pretty happy with it overall.... If you need a simple word processor or spreadsheet app like 90% of users, it was great.... Also has advanced function and features for the rest. Kind of a hassle when it made itself default app for many document types that had to be reset when I also upgraded to MS Office 365 when i bought a new laptop.
Pluspunten: Ability to have a many-featured word proccessor and full function spreadsheet app for no cost. Had no problems installing or with documents compatibility between other MS apps.
Minpunten: It was sometimes hard to find the feature or function that I wanted to use because it was not located where I "expected" to find it. This became less of an issue after using Libre for several weeks and taking the time to figure out where everything was found. To be fair, this happens on almost any new software version like when MS introduced the "ribbon" and you had to learn all over again how it works.
Beoordeeld op 12-12-2019
Libre office is the best free alternative in the market
Opmerkingen: I totally recommend this product, I am a faithful follower of free software and I believe that this is one of the best indispensable tools that an office for making all kinds of digital documents has little to envy to other products with very high costs.
Pluspunten: Of the best tools to make office documents of all kinds and for free, it has a continuous update service and a large community collaborating in this project. Simple to install and very easy to use since it looks a lot like other paid services that have a very high cost and in this case libreoffice is completely free.
Minpunten: The biggest problems I have seen in this software is that for computers with few resources it is quite heavy and very old versions of the product are required to avoid the high consumption of resources in the system.
Beoordeeld op 26-7-2019
Great for small group or individual use but not across platforms
Opmerkingen: As a student, I liked using LibreOffice as an alternative to Microsoft Office, especially if a professor insisted on uploading .docx files to Blackboard or Banner with no alternative file type. However, now that Microsoft is becoming more proprietary, LibreOffice is not keeping up with the features and integration, and much of the formatting that my coworkers prize are lost when uploaded elsewhere, making LibreOffice outdated in our workplace.
Pluspunten: It's free and looks a lot like Microsoft Office. It carries out the major functions: writing a document, creating a spreadsheet, even adding formulas and embedding images. Because it is less bulky than Office, it moves faster and its documents are faster to email. Files can be saved in many formats including .doc. You can open .docx files without paying for a Microsoft license.
Minpunten: Many features do not open correctly when importing from Microsoft. Formatting, special conditioning, and even many formulas will not import to LibreOffice, so cross-platforming is not possible.
Beoordeeld op 12-12-2019
Best Free alternative of MS Office - Plus great option to use for Linux User
Opmerkingen: Its my daily routine as a Linux user to use LibreOffice because of its extensive features and because most of the times clients use MS Office so I can easily open and edit files sent by my clients to me using LibreOffice. Great free and opensource alternative as I said before to MS Office
- One of the major benefit of LibreOffice is cross platform availability because it is available on Linux, Windows and Mac. Because I am a Linux user so I am using LibreOffice since long time and it has great features just like Ms Office does
- Completely free and full feature which is a huge plus. Also Ms Office documents can easily be opened and edited using LibreOffice too
- A huge opensource community uses LibreOffice and because of it there are a lot of templates available for Word and Impress (MS PowerPoint equivalent).
- It also supports free plug-ins ans using these plug-ins core functionality can be extended
- You can convert documents to PDF very easily like on one click which is great especially because its totally free
- On opening MS Office files sometimes little layout issues can occur for Word and Spreadsheets
- No Outlook and OneNote equivalent available which is kind of an issue for Linux Users like myself
- For MS Office users or other beginners it can be difficult to learn some of the advanced features of LibreOffice