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Install LibreOffice 4.0 In Ubuntu 12.04, 12.10 Or 13.04 Via PPA

LibreOffice 4.0 has been released almost a month ago and today, it’s finally available in the main LibreOffice PPA, for Ubuntu 13.04, 12.10 and 12.04.LibreOffice 4.0 comes with many changes, including Unity appmenu support, option to use Firefox Personas, better interoperability with DOCX and RTF documents, a new LibreOffice Impress Remote Android App and many other changes. For more info, see our LibreOffice 4.0 Available For Download article.LibreOffice can be installed in Ubuntu by using a a large archive of deb files that can be downloaded from LibreOffice.org, but the packages available in the PPA (or in the official repositories) come with some Ubuntu-specific tweaks – for instance, the LibreOffice debs downloaded from the LibreOffice website didn’t have built-in Ubuntu appmenu (global menu) support while the packages in the PPA have this by default, even for Ubuntu 12.04. Another advantage of using a PPA is getting automatic updates / easier to upgrade to newer LibreOffice versions.Here are a couple of screenshots with LibreOffice using Ubuntu Ambiance-like Personas, a feature introduced with LibreOffice 4.0:Link to PersonaLink to PersonaTo set a Persona, from the LibreOffice 4.0+ menu select Tools > Options > Personalization, make sure “Own persona” is selected, then click

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