LibreOffice is a modern office suite compatible with Microsoft Office. It features word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, drawing, and database components.
Select the desired component using the GNOME main menu at "Applications->Office". Base is the database application. Calc is the spreadsheet application. Draw is a vector drawing application. Impress is equivalent to PowerPoint. Math is an equation editor. Writer is the word processor application.
Red Hat Linux
- Open a terminal window.
- Run the command: /usr/lib64/libreoffice/program/spadmin
- Find the printer you wish to set as default in the Installed printers list and click it.
- Click "Default".
- Click "Close". All LibreOffice print jobs will be sent to the default printer.
StarOffice on Solaris
Solaris 10 includes StarOffice instead of LibreOffice. StarOffice is a predecessor to LibreOffice so document compatibility is expected. Much of the functionality works identically as well.