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The short answer YES!

The license allows you to install LibreOffice on as many computers as you want for whatever purpose you wish. LO is is libre and free to download, install, use, and (if you wish) modify - you are entitled to a full copy of the LO source code.

For further license information and full copy see

On 12/02/2013 03:54 PM, wrote:
Can I use this software in my company for professionnal uses ?


Mario Simard

Jay Lozier

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