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LibreOffice Portable

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LibreOffice Portable is a full-featured office suite -- including a word processor, spreadsheet, presentation tool, drawing package and database -- packaged as a portable app, so you can take all your documents and everything you need to work with them wherever you go.

Which languages? The standard download includes support for English (US and GB), Arabic, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazilian and Portugal), Russian, and Spanish.. The All Languages download includes all languages supported by LibreOffice. The Portable App Directory app store built into the Platform will automatically select the right download for you. An option during installation allows you to remove extra language templates, dictionaries, etc, saving up to 400MB on your portable device.

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LibreOffice Portable is a full-featured office suite that's compatible with Microsoft Office, Word Perfect, Lotus and other office applications. It's easy-to-use and feature-rich, performing nearly all of the functions you'd expect in an office suite, but at no cost. Additional functionality including the Base database and document creation wizards is enabled by installing the jPortable portable Java runtime environment.

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Legacy Version

MD5: 6ecb24f8441db7a5b74aa2200a969c7a


For help getting up and running, visit LibreOffice Portable Support:

If your question isn't answered there, post a note in the LibreOffice Portable Forum.

Download Details

LibreOffice Portable is packaged for portable use with permission from The Document Foundation