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Getting Started with Apache OpenOffice Version 3.4 Chapter 2 Using Styles and Templates
A template is a model that you use to create other documents. For example, you can create a template for business reports that has your company’s logo on the first page. New documents created from this template will all ...
Getting Started with Apache OpenOffice Version 3.4 Chapter3 Getting Started with Writer Word Processing with Apache OpenOffice
Writer is the word processor component of Apache OpenOffice. In addition to the usual features of a word processor (spelling check, thesaurus, hyphenation, autocorrect, find and replace, automatic generation of tables of ...
Getting Started Guide Appendix A Keyboard Shortcuts
You can use OpenOffice.org (OOo) without requiring a pointing device, such as a mouse or trackball, by using its built-in keyboard shortcuts. Tasks as varied and complex as docking and un-docking toolbars and windows, or ...
Getting Started with Apache OpenOffice Version 3.4 Chapter 11 Setting Up and Customizing Apache OpenOffice Choosing Options to Suit the Way You Work
This section covers some of the settings that apply to all the components of Apache OpenOffice. For information on settings not discussed here, see the online help.
Getting Started with Apache OpenOffice Version 3.4 Chapter 12 Open Source, Open Standards OpenDocument
Apache OpenOffice is both a product and an open-source project. If you are new to Apache OpenOffice, its open source development, and the community that produces and supports it, you should read this appendix.
Getting Started Guide Chapter 13 Getting Started with Macros Using the Macro Recorder
A macro is a saved sequence of commands or keystrokes that are stored for later use. An example of a simple macro is one that “types” your address. The OpenOffice.org macro language is very flexible, allowing automation ...
Getting Started with Apache OpenOffice Version 3.4 Chapter 10 Graphics, the Gallery, and Fontwork
You can add graphic and image files, including photos, drawings, scanned images, and others, to Apache OpenOffice (AOO) documents. AOO can import various vector (line drawing) and raster (bitmap) file formats. The most ...
Getting Started with Apache OpenOffice Version 3.4 Chapter 9 Printing, Exporting, and E-mailing
This chapter provides general information about printing, exporting, and e-mailing documents from Apache OpenOffice
Getting Started with Apache OpenOffice Version 3.4 Chapter 6 Getting Started with Draw Vector Drawing in Apache OpenOffice
Draw is a vector graphics drawing program, although it can also perform some operations on raster graphics (pixels). Using Draw, you can quickly create a wide variety of graphical images. Vector graphics store and display ...
Getting Started with Apache OpenOffice Version 3.4 Chapter 7 Getting Started with Base Databases in Apache OpenOffice
A data source, or database, is a collection of pieces of information that can be accessed or managed by Apache OpenOffice (AOO). For example, a list of names and addresses is a data source that could be used for producing ...