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LibreOffice 4.10 on Its Way

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Last weekend Thorsten Behrens announced LibreOffice 4.10 Beta1 on the LibreOffice developers mailing list saying it comes with a nice set of new features. It also included the obligatory "not ready for production use" warning, but we don't need a warning to scope out documentation. Let's see what new features are coming.

The List of Features Already Implemented Includes:

* Images in writer can now be rotated in 90 degree increments
* Writer textframes now support gradient background

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