LibreOffice 5.2 launched for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux

The Document Foundation has released LibreOffice 5.2, a “feature-rich major release of the best free office suite ever created”.

LibreOffice 5.2 targets power users, with several user interface improvements and enterprise-grade features.

LibreOffice 5.1.5 has also been released, for enterprise-class deployments and conservative office suite users.

LibreOffice 5.2 provides document classification according to the TSCP standard, and a set of improved forecasting functions in Calc.

Multiple signature descriptions are now supported, along with import and export of signatures from OOXML files.

Interoperability features have also been improved, with better Writer import filters for DOCX and RTF files, and added support for Word for DOS legacy documents.

Additional type argument values for interoperability with other spreadsheets, along with wildcard support in formula expressions for compatibility with XLS/XLSX and ODF 1.2, have been added.

A single toolbar mode has also been added to Writer and Calc.

Several icons have been added to the default toolbars to make frequently-used functions quicker to access, while a number of context menus can now be customised.

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