LibreOffice

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Description de LibreOffice

Application qui vous permet de créer, éditer et afficher tout document Microsoft Word, feuille de calcul Excel et fichier PowerPoint.

Informations sur LibreOffice

OffiDocs

http://www.offidocs.com

Fondé en 2016

Prix de LibreOffice

LibreOffice est disponible en version gratuite et propose un essai gratuit. La version payante de LibreOffice est disponible à partir de 0,01 $US.

À partir de

0,01 $US

Version gratuite

Oui

Essai gratuit

Oui

Déploiement

Cloud, SaaS, web

Formation

Aucune

Ressources d'aide

En ligne

LibreOffice - Fonctionnalités

Logiciels d'amélioration de la productivité
Collaboration
Conversation d’équipe
Création de bases de données
Création de documents
Gestion de projets
Gestion des notes
Gestion des tâches
Outils de présentation
Partage des fichiers
Suite Office
Accès hors ligne
Archivage de documents
Assemblage de documents
Conversion du type de fichier
Gestion de versions
Indexation de documents
Outils de collaboration
Reconnaissance optique de caractères
Récupération des fichiers
Rétention de documents
Signature électronique
Suivi de la conformité

Avis sur LibreOffice

Afficher 5 avis sur 980

Note globale
4,3/5
Facilité d'utilisation
4,2/5
Service client
3,9/5
Fonctionnalités
4,2/5
Rapport qualité-prix
4,7/5
Eduardo C.
Supply Chain Manager
Télécommunications, 501-1 000 employés
Temps d'utilisation du produit: plus de deux ans
  • Note globale
    5/5
  • Facilité d'utilisation
    5/5
  • Fonctionnalités
    5/5
  • Support client
    Sans note
  • Rapport qualité-prix
    5/5
  • Probabilité de recommander le produit
    10/10
  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 09/03/2020

"A spreadsheet software that interprets data from different software"

Commentaires: I solve an essential task in my work, the calculations. I use LibreOffice spreadsheets to create quotation documents, as well as budgets. Also, we benefit from the fact that it is a free software for which you do not have to pay any license.

Avantages: LibreOffice is easy to use and allows me to make any calculation easily. This software is essential to manage sales or purchases in my organization, since I can keep all the data sorted. On the other hand, it is free software, so you save a lot of money that costs a license of a spreadsheet software. Also, I also like that it has Excel support, so I can open the same documents in both programs without the documents changing their structures.

Inconvénients: I cannot criticize software that gives me totally free features and that are fundamental to my daily work.

  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 09/03/2020
Ron M.
Project Manager
Logiciels, 13-50 employés
Temps d'utilisation du produit: plus de deux ans
  • Note globale
    4/5
  • Facilité d'utilisation
    3/5
  • Fonctionnalités
    3/5
  • Support client
    4/5
  • Rapport qualité-prix
    5/5
  • Probabilité de recommander le produit
    9/10
  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 31/03/2020

"Excellent for small businesses!"

Commentaires: Overall, LibreOffice was a very nice and useful tool to have in the office, before transitioning to GSuite. The features in LibreOffice are more powerful than GSuite, generally speaking, and there are far more use cases. However, the likelihood of incompatibility or data corruption when transitioning between LibreOffice to other similar software is a little bit higher, even if it can be negligible. That said, it is still a fantastic choice of software, and it's up to you to determine whether or not the pros balance out or exceed the cons. I believe it's worth a shot!

Avantages: The software mimics Microsoft Office quite a bit, so the learning curve is very small. Being that the software is free and open source, it's an excellent ethical addition to the workplace especially during a time where pirated software can be frequently found in the small business world.

Inconvénients: Compatibility between MS Office and GSuite can be dicey sometimes. Most use cases are fine and not worth worrying, but if you do a lot of work with importing and exporting data and need a consistent way to edit/parse it, LibreOffice may not be your best initial choice for the workplace. LibreOffice can also be slow depending on your computer; a lot of the stuff that is trivially quick to do in a program such as Excel can be a little bit of a crunch with LibreOffice's equivalent.

  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 31/03/2020
Petr V.
economist
Vente en gros, 501-1 000 employés
Temps d'utilisation du produit: plus de deux ans
  • Note globale
    5/5
  • Facilité d'utilisation
    5/5
  • Fonctionnalités
    5/5
  • Support client
    5/5
  • Rapport qualité-prix
    5/5
  • Probabilité de recommander le produit
    9/10
  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 31/07/2020

"advantageous variant for microsoft office"

Commentaires: I have been using the software in parallel with microsoft office since 2013 and since the older versions I have been satisfied with the functionality of the program, which is definitely clearer than the new versions of microsoft office.

Avantages: We use the software on Linux computers (due to faster data processing). The financial savings are great, we saved a significant amount on licenses, which could be invested in other software. Thanks to Linux, another advantage is the processing speed, by which I mean mainly the base and calc program.

Inconvénients: In its current form, version 6.4 can be criticized, the software is completely comparable to Microsoft Office, support also works without problems. The only problem is that employees have to learn it (mostly they know microsoft office).

  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 31/07/2020
Barbara F.
Research Technician
Recherche, 13-50 employés
Temps d'utilisation du produit: plus de deux ans
  • Note globale
    3/5
  • Facilité d'utilisation
    5/5
  • Fonctionnalités
    2/5
  • Support client
    5/5
  • Rapport qualité-prix
    5/5
  • Probabilité de recommander le produit
    9/10
  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 26/07/2019

"Great for small group or individual use but not across platforms"

Commentaires: As a student, I liked using LibreOffice as an alternative to Microsoft Office, especially if a professor insisted on uploading .docx files to Blackboard or Banner with no alternative file type. However, now that Microsoft is becoming more proprietary, LibreOffice is not keeping up with the features and integration, and much of the formatting that my coworkers prize are lost when uploaded elsewhere, making LibreOffice outdated in our workplace.

Avantages: It's free and looks a lot like Microsoft Office. It carries out the major functions: writing a document, creating a spreadsheet, even adding formulas and embedding images. Because it is less bulky than Office, it moves faster and its documents are faster to email. Files can be saved in many formats including .doc. You can open .docx files without paying for a Microsoft license.

Inconvénients: Many features do not open correctly when importing from Microsoft. Formatting, special conditioning, and even many formulas will not import to LibreOffice, so cross-platforming is not possible.

  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 26/07/2019
Rodrigo M.
Owner/Developer
Logiciels, 2-10 employés
Temps d'utilisation du produit: plus de deux ans
  • Note globale
    5/5
  • Facilité d'utilisation
    5/5
  • Fonctionnalités
    5/5
  • Support client
    Sans note
  • Rapport qualité-prix
    5/5
  • Probabilité de recommander le produit
    10/10
  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 19/05/2020

"Everything you can ask for from a free office"

Commentaires: I use LibreOffice almost daily mainly for reading and file conversion tasks, also because many companies and governments have used the OpenDocument format, which is much better worked on Libre. The improved support for CSV is really fundamental for my work, especially when I exchange data between programs and I need to make adjustments. I just don't use Libre completely, because standard Microsoft files like DOCX and XLSX open better and look better in MS Office - LibreOffice often messes up these types of files.

Avantages: I love the fact that it maintains the purity of the traditional office layout, while in other programs everyone switches to the ribbon tabs (I particularly hate the ribbon). I really like Libre Office Calc's CSV support too, which lets you deal with different row / column separators. Command line automation options are also great for solving document conversion and repetitive tasks with scripts, even when calling by other programs.

Inconvénients: There is nothing I dislike about LibreOffice, for the purpose for which it is intended. Perhaps the fact that standard Microsoft files, such as doc / docx and xls / xlsx, do not always open correctly, as it is relatively common in more elaborate files, that LibreOffice makes a mess. But that usually doesn't affect me and I alternate between the two programs.

  • Provenance de l'utilisateur 
  • Publié le 19/05/2020