Here’s a quick tutorial on how to find the LibreOffice or OpenOffice version which is installed in your system.
If you’re looking for a free and open-source office suite, LibreOffice is a great option. It’s a powerful alternative to commercial software such as Microsoft Office. It’s important to know the version of any software you’re using, including LibreOffice. Knowing your LibreOffice version is vital for troubleshooting, ensuring compatibility, and making the most of the latest features.
This guide will guide you through finding your LibreOffice version on various operating systems.
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Finding LibreOffice Version
- Open LibreOffice: Launch any LibreOffice or OpenOffice application, such as Writer, Calc, or Impress.
- Access the Help Menu: Click on the “Help” option in the menu bar at the top of the window.
- MacOS users: In the menu bar at the top of the screen, click on “LibreOffice.” or “OpenOffice”.
- View Version Information: From the dropdown menu, select “About LibreOffice.” or “About OpenOffice”. A new window will pop up, displaying the version number along with additional information about the software.
- Note the Version: Take note of the version number, which will be displayed prominently in the information window. It will typically be in the format of “W.X.Y.Z,” where X represents the major version, Y is the minor version, etc.
For example, in the below screenshot, the LibreOffice version is shown as 188.8.131.52.
This method is the same for Linux and Windows versions of LibreOffice and OpenOffice as well.
Using command line
You can also run the following in the terminal or command prompt to get the LibreOffice version. This command will not work for OpenOffice.
Whether you’re on Windows, macOS, or Linux, the steps to find your version are straightforward and consistent across these operating systems. So, the next time you’re curious about which version of LibreOffice you’re running, follow the simple steps outlined in this guide.