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ONLYOFFICE Desktop Editors 5.4 goes toe-to-toe with online version

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ONLYOFFICE developers made the recent online suite updates available for all desktop users. Free open-source ONLYOFFICE Desktop Editors v.5.4.1 is released with lots of enhancements.

Here’s the brief outline of the new features:

- More chart customization and styling opportunities in all the editors;
- Watermarks and print areas in the document editor;
- Spellchecker and new tabs 'Formula' and 'Data' in the spreadsheet editor;
- New Group/Ungroup features in the Data tab;
- Headers & Footers in sheets and slides;
- Improved color schemes, slide numbers, adding date and time on slides, print areas in presentation editor.

The free ONLYOFFICE desktop suite is available for Linux (DEB, RPM, Snap, AppImage), Windows, and Mac OS.

The project page on the official website: www.onlyoffice.com/desktop.aspx

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