Re: [tdf-discuss] Explanation . . . ?
On Thu, 2010-09-30 at 07:58 +0200, Eric Hoch wrote:
Am Wed, 29 Sep 2010 22:42:07 -0500 schrieb Nancy Ward:
Although this is the first time in a few years I've tried
Libre(open)Office, it has made strides in the right direction.
Now if I could only get some documentation . . . It wouldn't
download for me today from openoffice.org.
You'll find some documentation here
<http://documentation.openoffice.org/>. It has the OOo branding but
in essence it's the same product. Maybe there are some additional
features from go-oo.org sources which aren't documented yet but the
vast majority of features are covered if there is a document for
the specific module, features, task.
Occasionally that website has hiccups, and some of the links from that
page go to the wrong place (we should get them fixed later today).
Perhaps that's why Nancy said the doco wouldn't download for her today.
A better link is this one:
There you will find PDFs of user guides and individual chapters for OOo.
Jean Hollis Weber
Co-Lead, OpenOffice.org Documentation Project
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