3 Open Source Useful LibreOffice Extensions

  • Fri, 04/22/2016 - 15:25 by aatif

3 Open Source Useful LibreOffice Extensions

LibreOffice is the free and open source office suite. It is the project of document foundation. LibreOffice is adopted by all major Linux distributions. It consist of various programs such like programs for word processing, spreadsheets, slideshows, diagrams and drawings, and composing mathematical formula, etc. This office suite is available approximately 110 different languages.

It provides the features of integration of different plugins extensions. Numbers of extensions are developed for LibreOffice. Lets see some of the very useful extensions.


MultiFormatSave is useful LibreOffice extension. It allows their users to save a document in multiple formats at once. By using this extension you can save documents in OpenDocument, PNG, SVG and PDF. This extension also provides the features of formats migration. By using this extension you can migrate Microsoft Office document formats to the Open Document format standard. It allows you to easily migrate documents. It provides the features of save-like-function, remembers the last formats you selected, code cleanup and provide a different dialog for OpenOffice and LibreOffice.

Pepito Cleaner

Pepito Cleaner is another useful LibreOffice extension. This extension is used to resolve common formatting mistakes of old scans, PDF imports and every digital text file. You can easily use this extension in LibreOffice. By clicking the icon Pepito Cleaner on the toolbar of LibreOffice, it will open a window that will analyze the results broken down by category. It is a good method to work on a copy of the document. It provides the features to find simple text.


ImpressRunner is a popular LibreOffice extension. This extension allows you to open PowerPoint presentations automatically. To use this extension needs to install add it in LibreOffice. It easily installed and you can add this by going to Tools ==> Extension Manager ==> Click Add. It is useful for both at conferences and events, where the slides are supposed to run unattended.