The Document Foundation has released another version of its office suite, containing 90 bug fixes and enhancements.
LibreOffice has reached its third release of maintenance bug fixes, coming to version 6.2.3 with several enhancements, with improved .docx file support and some code fixes.
O LibreOffice, which was developed and distributed by The Document Foundation, the office that many have contact with and use when switching to Linux.
Version 6.2.3 contains 90 bugfixes that have been reported by the community and implemented in this new version. The bugs you can see here and here. Also according to the statement from The Document Foundation, for those who need to make deployments in business or corporate environments, it is preferable to use version 6.1.5. For support in this type of environment, they recommend contacting us via this link. To check out the full post of the new version of LibreOffice, you can access it via this link. This article does not end here, keep exchanging an idea there in our forum.
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