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Est-ce que LibreOffice est compatible avec les formats de fichiers MS Office, OpenOffice.org ou StarOffice ?

Oui, les applications LibreOffice peuvent ouvrir et enregistrer des documents au format MS-Office et StarOffice. LibreOffice utilise le même format de fichier qu'OpenOffice.org : OpenDocument basé sur XML qui suit une norme. Vous pouvez convertir vos documents et modèles MS-Office dans le format de LibreOffice en utilisant l'Autopilote de conversion de documents.

Les formats MS-Office n'étant pas ouverts, des modifications de mise en page sont parfois perceptibles lors de la conversion de ou vers ces formats. Les filtres de conversion sont améliorés à chaque nouvelle version.

Word processing formats

  • Office Open XML Documents and Templates (*.docx, dotx) format (strict OpenXML).
  • Microsoft Word 2007/2010 Documents and Templates (*.docx, *.dotx) format (transitional OpenXML).
  • Microsoft Word 2003/2007 XML (*.xml) format.
  • Microsoft Word 97/2000/XP/2003 Documents and Templates (*.doc, *.dot) format
  • Microsoft Word 6.0-95 Document (*.doc) format.
  • Microsoft WinWord 5 Document (*.doc) format.
  • Microsoft Rich Text Format (*.rtf).

Spreadsheet formats

  • Office Open XML Spreadsheets and Templates (*.xlsx, *.xlsm, *.xlst) format (strict OpenXML).
  • Microsoft Excel 2007/2010 Spreadsheets and Templates (*.xlsx, *.xlsm, *.xlst) format (transitional OpenXML).
  • Microsoft Excel 97/2000/XP/2003 Document (*.xls, *.xlw, *.xlc, *.xlt) format.
  • Microsoft Excel 4.x-5/95 Spreadsheets and Templates (*.xls, *.xlw, *.xlc, *.xlt) format.

Presentation formats

  • Office Open XML Presentations and Templates (*.pptx, *.ppsx, *.ppmx, *.potx, *.pomx) format (strict OpenXML).
  • Microsoft PowerPoint 2007/2010 Spreadsheets and Templates (*.pptx, *.ppsx, *.ppmx, *.potx, *.pomx) format (transitional OpenXML).
  • Microsoft PowerPoint 97/2000/XP/2003 Document (*.ppt, *.pps, *.ppm, *.pot, *.pom) format

In addition, some recent versions of Microsoft (2007, 2010 and 2013), support reading, editing and writing of LibreOffice's native Open Document Format files. More information on this can be found in article New file format options in the new Office on Microsoft's Office Blog.

StarOffice/OpenOffice.org/IBM Lotus Symphony

These office suites are compatible with Open Document Format 1.1 and 1.2 specifications that comprise the native file formats of LibreOffice. Additionally, LibreOffice supports StarOffice 5 and 6 files.