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49 projects matching your criteria.

  • LanguageTool

    67 0
    Jun 26, 2018 in All modules, Language Tools, Writer Extension

    LanguageTool is a style and grammar proofreading software for English, French, German, Polish, Dutch, Romanian, and a lot of other languages.

  • TexMaths

    65 1
    May 13, 2018 in All modules

    TexMaths, a LaTeX equation editor for LibreOffice

  • Page Numbering Addon

    60 14
    Sep 10, 2018 in All modules, Macro, Writer Extension

    Simplifying page numbering in LibreOffice/OpenOffice

  • Galaxy icon theme

    59 7
    Apr 19, 2018 in All modules

    Galaxy icon theme as shipped with LibreOffice prior version 6.1

  • AncientGreek

    48 25
    Apr 17, 2016 in All modules, Language Tools, Dictionary, Writer Extension

    Ancient Greek Language support for LibreOffice / OpenOffice

  • Legacy gallery Backgrounds

    40 17
    Feb 18, 2018 in All modules, Gallery Contents

    Images shipped by default with the gallery theme Backgrounds

  • Storage Made Easy Multi-Cloud File Fabric

    39 7
    Sep 21, 2018 in All modules

    This extension allows users to access and save files to a number of different cloud storage providers using the Storage Made Easy File Fabric Enterprise on-premises solution or SaaS service (account required).

  • APSO - Alternative Script Organizer for Python

    38 4
    Jun 05, 2018 in All modules, Macro

    Based on an original script from Hanya, APSO will install a macro organizer dedicated to python scripts.

  • Integration

    34 9
    Apr 15, 2018 in All modules

    This extension extension integrates QR code API from directly in LibreOffice.

  • gContactOOo

    29 3
    Jul 25, 2017 in All modules

    Google Contact integration for LibreOffice.

Install Instructions

To install an extension, follow these steps:
  • Download an extension and save it anywhere on your computer.
  • In LibreOffice, select Tools --> Extension Manager from the menu bar.
  • In the Extension Manager dialog click Add.
  • A file browser window opens. Navigate to the folder where you saved the LibreOffice extension file(s) on your system. The extension's files have the file extension 'OXT'.
  • Find and select the extension you want to install and click Open.
  • If this extension is already installed, you'll be prompted to press OK to confirm whether to overwrite the current version by the new one, or press Cancel to stop the installation.
  • After you are asked whether to install the extension only for your user or for all users. If you choose the Only for me option, the extension will be installed only for your user. If you choose For all users, you need system administrator rights. In this case the extension will be available for all users. In general, choose Only for me, that doesn't require administration rights on the operating system.


Extensions add new features to your LibreOffice or make the use of already existing ones easier.