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LibreOffice 3.5.6 Released

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The Document Foundation today announced the latest update to their 3.5 branch of their office productivity suite. Today's release brings important bug fixes to users of this series.

Some of the dozens of fixes include:

* Bad transitions if "use hardware acceleration" is enabled
* Importing docx loses table in header/footer
* TABLE borders do not terminate where they should with merged cells

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