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Tuesday, December 10, 2013

LibreOffice 4.1 Vs. Microsoft Office 2013 Complete Comparison, LibreOffice Is Winning

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A complete comparison between LibreOffice 4.1 and Microsoft Office 2013 has surfaced and it demonstrates the similarities and features of both products.

Among the best features of LibreOffice that have no real correspondent in the Microsoft product there is a portable version that runs on USB flash disks (without installation), it’s open source, has full integration of all office components, and it’s completely free of charge.

This is probably the most complete comparison ever put together and it shows that LibreOffice is in fact on par with most of the features in the latest Microsoft Office 2013, and it’s even leading in some areas.

Microsoft Office 2013 also comes with some perks. It features advanced support of transitional (default) and strict OOXML files, EXCEL can fit up to 16384 columns, has embedded video edit, and can export straight to video.

The complete comparison can be found in a comprehensive wiki, but the number of features is way too big to list.

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