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The LibreOffice 7.2 Community is available for download

The LibreOffice community is getting an update to version 7.2.3 with bug fixes

The free LibreOffice 7.2 family for Windows, macOS and Linux today received another update to version 7.2.3. LibreOffice 7.2.3 Community, the third version of the LibreOffice 7.2 family, aimed at technology enthusiasts and energy users alike, is now available for download. This release contains 112 bug fixes and document compatibility improvements. The LibreOffice 7.2.3 community provides the latest features for open source office suites. 7. LibreOffice 7.2.3 community update for Windows, macOS and Linux can now be downloaded from the official website. More information about this update can be found below or officially Blog.

Download -> Download LibreOffice for Windows, macOS and Linux

The latest version of LibreOffice is available for download from the following websites:

The new version includes the following new features and improvements:

  • Document Foundation Announces LibreOffice 7.2.3 Community This is the third small release of the LibreOffice 7.2 family, aimed at technology enthusiasts and energy users, and is available for download. This version includes 112 bug fixes and document compatibility improvements. LibreOffice 7.2.3 refers to the bleeding margin in terms of features for the community open source office suites. Document Foundation LibreOffice 7.1.7 provides users with a key goal of personal productivity, who want more testing and debugging in new features.

LibreOffice -> Description for Windows, macOS and Linux

LibreOffice is a free package of commonly used software for office work. This includes word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, and mapping programs. LibreOffice is a free and open source software. Development is open to new peers and new ideas, and our software is tested and used daily by a large and affluent community.

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