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LibreOffice migration guide

LibreOffice is a Free Software replacement for Microsoft Office. If you are a Linux user or use other UNIX-like operating systems, you probably don’t need a LibreOffice migration guide. But that assumes that you are an individual user, and not an organization that uses proprietary Office suites.

Such outfits typically have hundreds, if not thousands, of personnel who have been using proprietary Office suites for years. Getting such organization and their employees to migrate to a Free Software Office suite involves solving technical and work-habit issues that can be hard to give up.

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So that’s where a migration guide becomes necessary. LibreOffice migration guide, published by The Document Foundation, helps organizations understand why they need to migrate, how to begin the migration process, and steps to take during the process. The migration guide is an easy-to-read, 8-page hybrid PDF file available here
LibreOffice migration guide

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