A major new release of the hugely popular open-source office software LibreOffice is now available to download.
LibreOffice 5.4 serves as the final major release in the LibreOffice 5.x series (meaning LibreOffice 6.x will be next). The update is said to add “significant new features in every module” and (as always) improved Microsoft Office file compatibility.
Among the new general LibreOffice 5.4 features is a standard color palette based on the RYB color model; higher quality PDF imports; and the ability to sign ODF documents with OpenPGP keys on Linux.
LibreOffice Writer picks up some new features too, including import of AutoText from Microsoft Word DOTM templates; an option to createcustom watermarks for your documents, and context menu items for working with sections, footnotes, endnotes and styles.
Calc gains support for pivot charts and better comment management, while Impress lets you specify fractional angles.
You can see the full release notes for more details on these and other new features.