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10 Things to Look Forward to in LibreOffice 3.5

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Hard on the heels of the release of the bug-fixing LibreOffice 3.4.5 last Monday, the Document Foundation on Friday published a release candidate version of LibreOffice 3.5, which will be the next major version of the office productivity software.

More than 150 volunteers helped in a “bug hunt” to refine the free and open source software in late December, identifying and filing more than 70 bugs. Now, continuing that effort, this new release candidate was subjected to similar testing this past weekend in the second official LibreOffice 3.5 bug hunt.

LibreOffice 3.5 is due for release in early February, and it's expected to include “a large number of interesting new features and performance improvements."

Here are some of the highlights we can look forward to.




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