Portable LibreOffice Multilingual



LibreOffice Portable is a powerful office suite. Translated into more than 30 languages. LibreOffice is free and is open source, so you can free to download, use and learn LibreOffice. LibreOffice free for private and for educational or commercial use. It can be used without any licensing fees to your family, friends, colleagues, students, employees, and so on.

When it comes to office suites, Microsoft Office and OpenOffice are among the most popular ones due to their numerous functions and intuitive interfaces. However, since LibreOffice Portable was developed from a fork of OpenOffice, it also regains its features and ease of use, and thus it gradually become just as famous.

The application comes with several components specifically created to help users process their text documents, spreadsheets, presentations, drawings, databases and formulas. This software solution also supports the default formats of Microsoft Office, so one can easily open and edit PowerPoint, Word or Excel files.

Create text documents and perform complex calculations
LibreOffice Writer provides users with a wide range of options, including common ones (such as font formatting, text alignment and line spacing) as well as more specialized ones, like synonyms and thesaurus (provided the required dictionary files have been previously downloaded).

LibreOffice Calc is the component that can be accessed whenever users want to organize their data in tables according to the number of rows and columns they need. This tool supports several types of functions that can come in handy for creating formulas and performing complex calculations.

Present pertinent data in a custom setting
LibreOffice Impress is the utility that can be of use for designing and customizing presentations and slideshows, while also supporting charts, diagrams, text messages and multimedia backgrounds. Each of the projects supports animation effects, slide transitions and font editing, so the result is bound to match the user’s expectations.

Draw and manage databases
LibreOffice Draw allows users to create both simple and intricate designs that can be exported to common graphic formats and then integrated into other projects. The generated drawings can include tables, charts or formulas previously created within LibreOffice apps.
Users can access LibreOffice Base when they want to explore the contents of their database files or connect to external multi-user database engines (such as MySQL, MS Access, Adabas D or PostgreSQL). In addition, this tool features built-in native-support drivers for the engines it supports.

LibreOffice portable office suite consists of several components that are integrated into a common core, in particular:

  • Text Editor Writer;
  • Table Editor Calc;
  • A tool for presentations and demonstrations Impress;
  • Vector editor Draw;
  • Formula editor Math;
  • Database Management System Base.


As the name implies, LibreOffice – one of the largest free office products. Freedom is manifested in:
The absence of any license fees for the purchase and use the product.
The absence of a language barrier. If your language is not included in LibreOffice, it is certain that this will soon change.
Open access to the source code under a license agreement OSI.

LibreOffice cares about the quality:
LibreOffice have a rich heritage. The development has its roots in the past. The community has more than 20 years of experience on which to rely.
Thousands of users around the world are taking part in the beta testing the new version.
The process of creating LibreOffice is completely open. Everyone has the opportunity to participate in the improvement of LibreOffice.

LibreOffice convenient:
Easy to use and can be used without special training by all who had once worked with any office software.
Switching from another office suite on LibreOffice simple, since LibreOffice supports most existing formats “office” files.
LibreOffice Portable has the technical support that is provided by volunteers around the world to help find answers to questions both novices and experienced users.

More performance, more compatibility

LibreOffice is our latest major release, with better performance, improved compatibility, and many new features to boost your productivity. Check out this video for an overview – and then scroll down for more details…

Find your way around

In LibreOffice, a new popup window under the Help menu lets you find other features in the menu just by typing. Need a certain feature but don’t know exactly where is it? Just tap a few letters and it’ll show you!

Next-level interoperability

LibreOffice uses the standardised OpenDocument format – a great choice for long-term data storage. But it can also open Microsoft Office documents, and LibreOffice brings many improvements to compatibility here, including better handling of DOCX, XLSX and PPTX files.

Not just a pretty face

We’ve included a fresh new set of templates for your presentations, along with improvements to charts in Calc. But if you need to look under the hood of a document, there’s also a new UNO object inspector – making it easier to write macros and extensions.


LibreOffice Portable Release Note:

  • Added page number wizard in Insert menu for easy one-step insertion of the page number in the header/footer tdf#86630 (Paris Oplopoios / Justin Luth, Collabora)
  • The Paragraph Style dropdown (in the Formatting toolbar) now gradually replaces the default list with styles used in the document rather than always showing the full list at the top. tdf#152666 (Heiko Tietze, TDF)
  • Character properties of the paragraph marker from DOCX are now also remembered in ODT. blog post (Miklos Vajna, Collabora)
  • Citation handling: added plumbing in Writer to build Zotero-like functionality blog post (Miklos Vajna, Collabora)
  • Table of Figures can be generated more flexibly based on a paragraph style, not only by categories or object names. tdf#153090 (Michael Stahl, allotropia)
  • Table of Figures based on paragraph style
  • Bibliography entries can now be edited directly from a bibliography table. tdf#72955 (Vojtěch Doležal)
  • Bibliography marks now (by default) hyperlink to matching row in a bibliography table. The click behaviour can be changed to open the “Display URL”, open the newly introduced “Target URL”, or “None”. tdf#153396 (Vojtěch Doležal)
  • Start of multi-page floating tables in Writer commits, blog post 1, blog post 2, blog post 3 blog post 4 blog post 5 (Miklos Vajna, Collabora)
  • Start of multi-page floating tables in Writer
  • The Accessibility Check has been moved to the sidebar to allow easier usage while editing the document. tdf#142978 (Samuel Mehrbrodt, allotropia)
  • Now if you have a hidden section in your document and try (possibly accidentally) to delete it, then Writer will show a warning message tdf#130199 (Balazs Varga, allotropia)
  • DOI citation recognition in Tools/AutoCorrect: Create a hyperlink pointing to doi.org for DOI citation tdf#145925 (Baole Fang)
  • Added highlighting for used Paragraph and Character styles and highlighting for used Direct Formatting in text. tdf#38194, tdf#106556 (Jim Raykowski)
  • keyboard navigation through forms: tab key now circularly navigates through content controls/fieldmarks. The modern content controls have a tabIndex field, which allows for precise ordering of keyboard navigation. The tabIndex also allows a control to be skipped – which is useful to avoid getting stuck in rich text controls (since the tab key needs to insert a tab character in that case). Form developers can specify the tabIndex via the content control properties UI. tdf#151548 (Justin Luth, Collabora)
  • Tracked tables (László Németh, NISZ)
  • Track table columns (follow-up to tracked table rows) commits
  • Show tables with change tracking colors within a single text change tdf#155187
  • Fix lost change tracking of tables within a single text change at table editing tdf#147180 and DOCX export tdf#150824 tdf#155187
  • The position of the cursor within the page is now exposed via accessibility APIs, so screen readers like NVDA can announce it. tdf#136760 Related NVDA change (Michael Weghorn)

Spell checking:

  • Phrase checking: multi-word dictionary items of Hunspell and custom dictionaries are accepted tdf#154499 (László Németh, FSF.hu)
  • New options for proofreading: optional disabling of recognition of possible hyphenated and closed compound words, i.e. rule-based compounding, which allowed to accept also typos in Danish, Dutch, German, Hungarian, Norwegian, Swedish etc., and in the case of hyphenated compound words, English and all the other languages tdf#136306 (László Németh, FSF.hu)


  • Fixed conditional border color export to xlsx tdf#152581 (Attila Szűcs, Collabora)
  • Evaluate formula inputs in Validity… tdf#150098 (Balázs Varga, allotropia)

Number format:

  • ? are now supported on export to ODF to represent an integer digit, replaced by blank if it is a non significant zero tdf#118324 (Laurent Balland)
  • decimals for format in seconds without truncate like [SS].00 are now accepted tdf#150028 (Laurent Balland)

Delete Sheet tdf#153709 (Laurent Balland):

  • if Sheet is empty, no confirmation message is displayed
  • confirmation message is adapted to the number of selected sheets
  • Sheet copied to another document now retains a user-defined print range tdf#66613 (Andreas Heinisch)
  • Save solver settings to file tdf#38948 (Rafael Lima)
  • Added support for drawing styles for shapes and comments. This includes a dedicated style for comments that makes it possible to customize the default look and text formatting of new comments. The old workaround involving editing the default cell style was removed. commits (Maxim Monastirsky)
  • Export all page styles in Calc even if they are not in use tdf#154445 (Andreas Heinisch)
  • Automatic hyperlinks now stand out more in Calc tdf#153880 (Balazs Varga)
  • Added pivot table compact layout. core commit 2f8d1 (Dennis Francis, Collabora)
  • Add Poisson distribution to Random Number Generators (Sheet ▸ Fill Cells ▸ Fill Random Number…) tdf#154872 (Bartosz Kosiorek)
  • Sorting by color is now possible in Autofilter tdf#95520 (Samuel Mehrbrodt, allotropia)
  • Filter/sort by color considers colors set by number format tdf#144549 (Samuel Mehrbrodt, allotropia)
  • Import Text dialog (as CSV file or as Unformatted Text) have a new option to not detect number in scientific notation. This option is only available if “Detect special numbers” is off tdf#154131 (Laurent Balland)
  • add “formula marker” feature like in Quattro Pro tdf#97551 (feature requested by Brolin Empey in 2016, feature added by Grigory A. Mozhaev in 2023)

If you have enabled the ‘Protect Size’ option for a shape or form control and you see a different size after reopening the document, please do the following:

  • If it is a form control, put the form in ‘Design Mode’. This is an icon on the ‘Form Controls’ toolbar. Then right-click on the shape or form control and open the ‘Anchor’ item in the context menu. If the anchor is set to ‘To cell (resize with cell)’, you are affected by the following problem.
  • The settings ‘Protect size’ and anchor ‘To cell (resize with cell)’ contradict each other. Unfortunately, versions prior to 7.6 had this contradiction written to the file in different ways, so an automatic repair is not possible. Version 7.6 automatically writes the ‘To Cell’ anchor to the file if the shape or form control is size protected.
  • To repair your file, set the anchor type to ‘To cell’. Then uncheck the ‘Protect Size’ option and set the shape to the desired size and position. Now you can re-enable the ‘Protect size’ option. Then save the file. The shape or form control now has an unchanged size on reopening, not only in version 7.6, but also in older versions.
  • Possibly the problem was created because the ‘Control Properties’ dialog contains an ‘Anchor’ dropdown field with the entry ‘To cell’, but this is actually the anchor type ‘To cell (resize with cell)’.
  • Please excuse that we did not detect the problem earlier.

Impress & Draw:

  • Display soft breaks as line breaks at fontwork. tdf#148000 (Attila Szűcs, Collabora)
  • “Show Layer” is now directly available from the right-click menu instead of having to set as “Visible” in Modify Layer… ▸ Properties. tdf#113439 (Heiko Tietze, TDF)
  • Navigation panel for switching slides while viewing a presentation. This option is enabled via checkbox: Slide Show ▸ Slide Show Settings ▸ Show navigation panel. tdf#154839 (Amin Irgaliev, Vladislav Tarakanov)
  • Objects can now be listed in “front to back” order in the Navigator, showing the top-most object at the top of the list: View ▸ Navigator ▸ Show Shapes ▸ Front to back. tdf#154604 (Jim Raykowski)
  • PDFium import now supports free text annotations, and export now supports ink, free text and polygon/polyline annotations (Jaume Pujantell, Collabora)
  • Added support to open multi image tiff files tdf#155444 (Rashesh Padia, Collabora)
  • Auto fitting text scaling algorithm has been changed so it works similar to MS Office. Text scaling now separates scaling for the spacing scale (paragraph and line spacings) and font scale, where spacing scale can only be 100%, 90% and 80% and font scaling is rounded to the nearest point size. Spacing in the horizontal direction (for example bullet size, various indents) is not scaled anymore. (Tomaž Vajngerl, Collabora)
  • Fix missing diacritics in slideshow animations that work letter-by-letter. tdf#113290 (Khaled Hosny, TDF)
  • Fix squashed display of emojis and glyphs taken from fallback fonts in slideshow on Windows. tdf#147999 (Khaled Hosny, TDF)
  • Fix missing CJK emphasis marks in slideshow on Linux. tdf#43671 (Khaled Hosny, TDF)
  • Fix gaps between justified Arabic letters in slideshow. tdf#155810 (Khaled Hosny, TDF)



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