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Where can I find a Pathfinder character sheet that works in Libreoffice spreadsheet (the new Openoffice)?

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I did a quick search for LibreOffice, and it looks like it's compatable with both Open Office formats and Microsoft Office formats, so if you find one that works in those it should work in LibreOffice. LibreOffice Wiki – DForck42 Jul 23 '11 at 18:59
Well, it's SOMEWHAT compatible. Enough is different so that sCoreForge fails, as the links between different pages in Excel is different than LibreOffice and OpenOffice – K7AAY Aug 28 '15 at 22:45
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As mentioned by DForck42 in the question comments, LibreOffice is compatibale with the Open Office document format (.odt).

With regards to that, I have found:

  • Open Office Character Sheet - Several options here, including a sample character and sheets with both calculated statistics and plain, under the Pathfinder™ Character Sheet heading. There are some snags, mentioned in the Miscellaneous section at the bottom of the page.
  • Tyranscooter's Open Office Calc Character Sheet - "An Open Office Calc based character sheet intended for use at the gaming table. In addition to the basics, it also tracks the effects and durations of all your favorite buff spells, feats and special abilities."
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As a side note. LibreOffice is a fork of Open Office (As Jeffry hints at in his question). Essentially Oracle owns the rights to the name Open Office, so the community forked it so as to keep it alive in case Oracle decides not to put resources behind it. – Cthos Aug 2 '11 at 14:18
From what I understand, OpenOffice won't be updated now since LibreOffice is up and running. – Jeffrywith1e Aug 3 '11 at 10:22
Actually Oracle no longer owns it as it was given to Apache and is part of the Apache Foundations stable of software. It was recently updated with the Apache logo on it. While LibreOffice and OpenOffice derive from the old StarOffice code, they are different now and some files may not work across software. – NeoFax Jul 26 '12 at 11:52

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