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The New Features in LibreOffice 3.3

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Despite earlier reports that very few if any new features would likely be seen in The Document Foundation's first LibreOffice release, the influx of new developers allowed much more work to be done. In fact, it was even released ahead of schedule. So, what kind of new goodies might one find?

In the press release the top 9 favorite amongst developers were listed. They were:

1) the ability to import and work with SVG files

2) an easy way to format title pages and their numbering in Writer

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