10 Easy LibreOffice Writer Tips To Speed Your Work

A woman writing on a laptop using LibreOffice Writer

LibreOffice is free, open-source office software that can easily compete with Microsoft Word. It is a great alternative to other office packages and is becoming increasingly popular among Linux users. If you have just switched from Word to LibreOffice, in this article, you will find the essential tips on using LibreOffice Writer. Make the writing process easier and save some valuable time. Here are our 10 easy LibreOffice Writer tips and tricks.Read the rest

How to Convert a Word document into a PowerPoint presentation

Person converting a Word document into a PowerPoint presentation

Undoubtedly, one of the most used programs for people to write and share documents is still – Microsoft Word. If you want to present the content of your Word document in a different way, it is good to know how to convert a Word document into a PowerPoint presentation.

In this article, find out how to do it in three different ways. If you have a Microsoft 365 account, you can do this using Word for the web.… Read the rest

Microsoft Word vs. Google Docs

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For many, the use of Microsoft Office represents the basis of their work on the computer. Therefore, it is not surprising that most users prefer to stick with MS Word. Our focus today is to compare the more popular word-processing program with a free online alternative. So, let’s begin: Microsoft Word vs. Google Docs.

Things Have Changed

Microsoft once dominated the market of word-processing programs, as well as programs for creating spreadsheets and presentations.… Read the rest

LibreOffice vs OpenOffice: Which one is a better alternative to MS Office?

LibreOffice vs OpenOffice

Using the Microsoft Office suite is an additional investment for many, which may not be necessary. Although this commercial software offers many great features, it is useful to know that there are free and great desktop alternatives out there. We compared the best two options: LibreOffice and OpenOffice. Now, only one question remains – in the LibreOffice vs OpenOffice duel, who is the winner?

Why choose alternative office software suits?

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Preserve Nostalgic Texts With OCR

Nostalgia and OCR
Nostalgia and OCR
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Nowadays, most of the texts we write for school, work, college or privately are digital if not even online. Not too long ago, however, it was common to use a typewriter to put your thoughts, memories, and work to paper. Or to at least print the document and delete it afterward. That way, many old texts only exist on paper by now – just like a couple of short stories I recently found, typed by my grandmother.… Read the rest

Create HTML Tables Easily [Tutorial]

Creating a table in HTML can be tedious. You have to consider every empty cell, write down the rows perfectly or pay attention to not introduce errors when copy-and-pasting. As soon as merged cells are part of the table, things get a lot more complicated.

Luckily, there is an easy way to create an HTML table. All you need is a spreadsheet program like Microsoft Excel or LibreOffice (OpenOffice) Calc – and this free HTML Converter:

From Excel To HTML Table

Working with spreadsheet programs is easy and intuitive.… Read the rest

How To Convert From DJVU To PDF [Tutorial]

DJVU

 

Different file formats are our forte at Online-Convert.com. You can convert your files, common or rare, to the most common formats of different categories.

Thus, we know about the advantages and disadvantages that come with using the one or other file format. To help you in your conversion needs, we will have a look at why you might want to turn your DJVU files into PDF.

 

The Why’s & How’s Of DJVU To PDF Conversion

This article consists of three sections.… Read the rest

De-Skew Crooked Scans – Website Tutorial

Nowadays, it’s crucial to have all your hardcopy information stored digitally as well. Flooding, house fires, simple carelessness, all these are threats to books, transcripts and other paper you have stored away or lying around. Furthermore, many departments and offices nowadays require you to hand in forms and proofs digitally.

So what do you do if you have a certain document in print only? What if you want to use a large quote from a printed book?… Read the rest

Translate Foreign Documents & Letters

Living abroad, in a country where you don’t speak the language, comes with many difficulties. One of those is certainly official correspondence since the public authorities tend to operate in the native language of the country. Only in very rare cases, you will get notifications, invoices and other official mail in English. In most cases, the documents arrive in the native language of the country and now you have to make sense of it.… Read the rest

From XPS To DOC & PDF – Why & How To Do It

 

Especially when using a Windows computers, you may have stumbled upon these files already:

XPS stands for XML Paper Specification File and it is, so to speak, Microsoft’s alternative to the well known and commonly used Adobe PDF format. Sometimes, XPS is the only fixed layout file you are able to generate using a Windows computer with installing further programs or software.

Hence why we at Online-Convert.com decided to give you a small and handy guide in how to convert XPS files to PDF and then to DOC for further editing and manipulation, or to PDF for printing, sharing and uploading to the web.… Read the rest