LibreOffice 6.1 will be released in August this year
The Document Foundation plans to release the official version of LibreOffice 6.1 in August this year, promised to improve and optimize many aspects of this popular open-source productivity office suite and introduce many new features.
Last week in an interview with foreign media Softpedia, Document Foundation Marketing Assistant Mike Saunders revealed LibreOffice 6.0 in two weeks after the download exceeded 1 million downloads milestone, announced the team has developed the next version, LibreOffice 6.1 will be in August this year online.
LibreOffice 6.1, the first major release of the 6.x branch, will offer new features and improvements to this open-source and cross-platform office suite for millions of computer users worldwide. Optional inline tools to improve tracking in Writer, to sort images in Calc, and to allow users to anchor images on cells or pages in the Image Insertion dialog box.
The writer also has a basic list of styles. The user can access the style submenu in the right-click menu, insert the page number into the document, support the traditional Chinese vertical arrangement, and use the back button to clear the entire expression variance sequence.
Calc’s user interface right-click menu adds new UNO commands such as Manage Names, Data Validation, and Conditional Formatting. In addition, Impress and Draw have a new Page menu, Writer enables text to be converted to DOCX format and Calc’s “Link to External Data” feature now supports Text / CSV files.