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Nine Improvements That Are Overdue in LibreOffice Writer

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LibreOffice 4.0 is still a few days from release. However, after playing around with the Writer app in latest release candidate, I can see already that some longstanding problems remain uncorrected.

Don't get me wrong—I have nothing but respect for the work that LibreOffice has done in the last twenty-eight months. Although at first I doubted that it could ever be more than a minor fork, LibreOffice has done more during its brief existence to improve the code it inherited from OpenOffice.org than OpenOffice.org managed in a decade.

The upcoming release continues that tradition, with many welcome features.

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