List the new version of LibreOffice 6.1.1 with new improvements


The Document Foundation has released a proofreading version bug for the recently released Office package, Libre office 6.1.1.

Libreoffice version 6.1.x, intended for early adopters and enthusiasts with a taste for innovation. In Libreoffice 6.1.1, the developers have removed around 150 bugs and inconsistencies, a significant number compared to version 6.1 released in August.

The Foundation does not recommend that company users use this version and instead recommends version 6.0.x. For the latter, there is also extended support from Document Foundation members.

LibreOffice is a powerful all-in-one office suite that combines almost everything you need to increase workflow productivity. Portable version also available.

It incorporates several applications, including Writer, word processor, calculator, spreadsheet application, Impress, presentation engine, Draw, which is the drawing and flowchart application, Base, a database and databases without disabilities and Math for math editing. You can create HTML files, tables, etc. with ease, and the package will also work with ODF (OpenDocument format).

LibreOffice functionality it can also be expanded with plugins or extensions.

LibreOffice 6.1 has been developed over the last six months and comes with new features such as improved image management functionality that is significantly faster and smoother, especially when opening documents created in Microsoft Office.

About this new release

The second release candidate of September 11, 2018 'has been removed from the final version of LibreOffice 6.1.1' was what Italo Vignoli announced.

The new version offered by The Document Foundation (TDF) according to the publication schedule comes with a significant number of innovations and improved features.

The new icon theme for Windows based on Microsoft's icon design guidelines, as well as the new version that comes with Colibre It includes a full graphics manager and offers faster, smoother and reworked image processing.

vignoli invites LibreOffice users and community members to donate to LibreOffice, so you should be aware of the detailed installation guidelines for different distributions and be reminded that bugs related to dragging can be reported through Bugzilla.

You can review the release announcement to learn more about LibreOffice 6.1.1.

The LibreOffice 6.1 release cycle will continue at the end of the month with the second on-time release, LibreOffice 6.1.2, which should bring even more bug fixes and regressions in all components of the office suite.


Although the The Document Foundation still recommends the new LibreOffice 6.1.1 series for advanced users only. Although nothing prevents you from getting the latest version and installing it on your personal computer.

LibreOffice 6.1.1 is now available for download for Linux, MacOS, and Windows operating systems.

How to install LibreOffice 6.1.1 on Linux?

To be able to install this new version of this office suite on our systems They must follow the instructions we share below.

In order to install this new version of LibreOffice It is necessary that they go to the official website of the project and in its download section they will be able to obtain the deb or rpm installation packages. The link is this.

So for those who are users of Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint or any system based or derived from these must download the DEB package.

Once the download is done, they will only have to unzip the downloaded file and install the deb package inside the folder, this can be done with the following command:

sudo dpkg -i *.deb

In the case of systems based on Fedora, CentOS, RHEL or any derivative of these should download the RPM package.

In the same way, they must unzip the downloaded package to install the RPM package inside the folder with:

sudo rpm -i *.rpm

For, all other distributions can install with the help of Snap, they just have to execute the following command:

sudo snap install libreoffice --candidate

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  1.   Inukaze said

    Does anyone know if LibreOffice supports, the editing of a document on the net, done by multiple users? (Kind of like when you share a document in Google Docs for editing)