LibreOffice Portable, a Full-Featured Office Suite For USB, Removable and Cloud Drives

PortableApps.com and The Document Foundation are proud to announce the immediate availability of LibreOffice Portable 3.3, a portable version of the free productivity suite for Windows.

LibreOffice Portable runs right from a USB flash drive or cloud drive and allows users to use a full-featured word processor, spreadsheet, presentation tool, database and drawing program on every PC with no installation needed. It’s a great way to carry your documents, spreadsheets and presentations along with everything you need to edit them with you wherever you go. Like all software in PortableApps.com Format, it works at home, work or school, in a net cafe, even in your local library, making it easy to essentially carry your computer right in your pocket.

LibreOffice Portable includes all the new features in the just-released LibreOffice 3.3 including SVG support, improved PDF support, better document protection, usability enhancements, improved compatibility and thousands of other fixes and improvements. LibreOffice Portable makes use of PortableApps.com’s award-winning portable software technology to allow it to run without affecting the host PC or requiring administrative rights to install. No changes needed to be made to LibreOffice itself to make it portable.

“LibreOffice is a wonderful addition to our lineup of portable software and will be a big hit with our users”, said John T. Haller, lead developer of PortableApps.com. “The Document Foundation has been great to work with and we look forward to a long partnership.” Continue reading…

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