The Help menu allows you to start and control the LibreOffice Help system.
Opens the main page of the LibreOffice Help for the current application. You can scroll through the Help pages and you can search for index terms or any text.
Opens the documentation page in the web browser, where users can download, read or purchase LibreOffice user guides, written by the community.
Opens the community support page in the web browser. Use this page to ask questions on using LibreOffice. For professional support with service level agreement, refer to the page of professional LibreOffice support.
Opens a feedback form in the web browser, where users can report software bugs.
Safe mode is a mode where LibreOffice temporarily starts with a fresh user profile and disables hardware acceleration. It helps to restore a non-working LibreOffice instance.
Opens the community Get Involved page in the web browser. The page describe areas of interest where you can collaborate with the LibreOffice community.
LibreOffice is Free Software and is made available free of charge.
Your donation, which is purely optional, supports our worldwide community.
If you like the software, please consider a donation.
Displays the Licensing and Legal information dialogue box.
Displays the CREDITS.odt document which lists the names of individuals who have contributed to OpenOffice.org source code (and whose contributions were imported into LibreOffice) or LibreOffice since 2010-09-28.
Enable an Internet connection for LibreOffice. If you need a Proxy, check the LibreOffice Proxy settings in - Internet. Then choose Check for Updates to check for the availability of a newer version of your office suite.
Displays general program information such as version number and copyrights.