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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 ...
Getting Started with Apache OpenOffice Version 3.4 Chapter 8 Getting Started with Math Apache OpenOffice’s Equation Editor
Math is Apache OpenOffice's component for writing mathematical equations. It is most commonly used as an equation editor for text documents, but it can also be used with other types of documents or stand-alone. When used ...
Getting Started with Apache OpenOffice Version 3.4 Chapter 4 Getting Started with Calc Using Spreadsheets in Apache OpenOffice
Calc is the spreadsheet component of Apache OpenOffice. You can enter data (usually numerical) in a spreadsheet and then manipulate this data to produce certain results. Alternatively you can enter data and then use Calc ...
Libre Office 4.0 The document foundation Calc Guide working with spreadsheets
This book introduces the features and functions of LibreOffice Calc. It is not a tutorial on using spreadsheets. Some chapters assume familiarity with basic spreadsheet usage when describing how to use Calc. You can enter ...
Getting Started with Apache OpenOffice Version 3.4 Preface
Anyone who wants to get up to speed quickly with Apache OpenOffice will find this book valuable. This book introduces the main components of Apache OpenOffice: Writer (word processing)
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.
Libre Office 4.0 The document foundation Getting start guide
Anyone who wants to get up to speed quickly with LibreOffice will find this Getting Started Guide valuable. You may be new to office software, or you may be familiar with another office suite.
Getting Started with Apache OpenOffice Version 3.4 Chapter 5 Getting Started with Impress
Impress is the presentation (slide show) program included in Apache OpenOffice. You can create slides that contain many different elements, including text, bulleted and numbered lists, tables, charts, and a wide range of ...