Since then, I have used LibreOffice for my all my documentation, creating presentation slides and even diagramming needs that I can honetly say that I am no longer be considered productive with the conventional MS Office.
SUSE has always played a crucial rule ("the rebel ringleader") in making LibreOffice into the awesome suite it is today, from the days of rebellion against the draconian Sun contributor licensing and forking OpenOffice into the go-oo (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Go-oo) project as a result and later on to collaborating with Microsoft to create an "Enterprise version of OpenOffice" named Novell OpenOffice and later to bring about the birth of The Document Foundation and consequently LibreOffice.
The latest version of LibreOffice is at 5.1.4 downloadable from the LibreOffice site - but for some of us, the "stable" version is the same as the "stale" version - the inner geek in me demands to have the latest incarnation of LibreOffice running on my system (there is a practical reason for this; as I often need to work with MS Office documents, a newer version oftens bring better compatibility with MS Office documents) .
To get the latest unstable/beta version or in SUSE/openSUSE parlance, Factory version; running on openSUSE Leap - you can add it via the CLI:
# zypper ar -f http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/LibreOffice:/Factory/openSUSE_42.1/ LO_Factory
# zypper ref LO_Factory
# zypper dup --from LO_Factory
And there you go - enjoy the freshest from LibreOffice.