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Why not?

LibreOffice is free software, and nobody can prevent you from downloading from official site. On the other hand, nobody can deny another's right to offer you help in installing/educating/support, for money, if you need that, as long as they don't limit your freedom that is guaranteed by software license (I cannot read that site, so that last part is the only thing that needs clarification).

Why not?

LibreOffice is free software, and nobody can prevent you from downloading from official site. On the other hand, nobody can deny another's right to offer you help in installing/educating/support, for money, if you need that, as long as they don't limit your freedom that is guaranteed by software license (I cannot read that site, so that last part is the only thing that needs clarification).

However, LibreOffice is quite complex software, and The Document Foundation established a certification program which goal is to ensure competence of those who sell their services around LibreOffice. So possibly it's good to check if the seller is among the list of certified professionals, and choose from that list if in doubt.

Why not?

LibreOffice is free software, and nobody can prevent you from downloading from official site. On the other hand, nobody can deny another's right to offer you help in installing/educating/support, for money, if you need that, as long as they don't limit your freedom that is guaranteed by software license (I cannot read that site, so that last part is the only thing that needs clarification).

However, LibreOffice is quite complex software, and The Document Foundation established a certification program which goal is to ensure competence of those who sell provide (e.g., sell) their services around LibreOffice. So possibly it's good to check if the seller is among the list of certified professionals, and choose from that list if in doubt.

Why not?

LibreOffice is free software, and nobody can prevent you from downloading from official site. On the other hand, nobody can deny another's right to offer you help in installing/educating/support, for money, if you need that, as long as they don't limit your freedom that is guaranteed by software license (I cannot read that site, so that last part is the only one thing that needs clarification).clarification). Another thing is that they must not create impression that LibreOffice is associated (e.g., owned) by them, so that customer clearly knows that the software itself is separate from their offer.

However, LibreOffice is quite complex software, and The Document Foundation established a certification program which goal is to ensure competence of those who provide (e.g., sell) their services around LibreOffice. So possibly it's good to check if the seller is among the list of certified professionals, and choose from that list if in doubt.