Ade Malsasa Akbar contact
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Thursday, April 29, 2021 at 06:47

This is a collection of recommended videos and tutorials to practically learn LibreOffice for beginners divided to Writer (word processor), Calc (spreadsheet), and Impress (presentation). They are excellent, thorough, and rich of examples user guide made by TheFrugalComputerGuy (videos) and Ahuka (tutorials) -- they are people who care deeply about LibreOffice. If you want to learn LibreOffice, we suggest you start with their tutorials. Thank you very much for them for making these tutorials patiently for years!

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If you like learning from videos, YouTube TheFrugalComputerGuy made more than 100 videos you can practice Writer, Calc, and Impress. It is worth learning. No other one made such excellent collection of videos more than them for LibreOffice.

Writer Videos (90+)  

Calc Videos (30+)

Impress Videos (20+)



If you prefer learning by reading books or written tutorials, Prof. Kevin O'Brien, also known as Ahuka, one among speakers behind Hacker Public Radio -- a popular internet show about technologies --, made a thorough guide for Writer, Calc, and Impress you can learn by reading. Interestingly, each tutorial is accompanied by its audio recording from the Radio you can listen too. It is worth learning. No other one made such excellent tutorials can be read freely on the web (outside of the official tutorials) for LibreOffice up to today.

Writer Tutorials (20 chapters) 

Calc Tutorials (25 chapters)

Impress Tutorials (17 chapters) 


If you prefer learning by reading official documentations, LibreOffice is rich & wealthy with its own Helps, Tutorials, and Books you can freely read. It is worth learning. Thank you very much The Document Foundation and the whole community members for making such excellent guides for us.

Writer Guide Book (20 chapters)

Calc Guide Book (14 chapters, in PDF)

Impress Guide Book (14 chapters)

Happy learning!

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