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Fact sheet: LibreOffice 4.1

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LibreOffice is the flagship office suite from the open source community. It offers the best work flow between MS Office and any other office suite on the market. With the latest releases, LibreOffice has made even more strides to bridge the gap between business users and open source. And with the nightmare of licensing that is become of MS Office 2013, users are starting to seriously look for alternatives.

But what does LibreOffice have to offer that might make you finally make that leap from what could be a sinking ship to a solid life boat called LibreOffice 4.1? Let's take a look at the facts.

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