Microsoft Office users are converting to OpenOffice.org in droves, due to a wide difference in price, no onerous licensing or restrictive installation and activation requirements. However, they don't want to be bogged down, spending a lot of time learning how OpenOffice.org's functionality differs from Microsoft Office. They want to be able to accomplish what they can already do in Microsoft Office with their new office suite. OOoSwitch is aimed at providing this information to the new OpenOffice.org user in an easy to digest format, featuring hundreds of answers to those qHow do I...q questions.501 Things You Wanted to Know about Switching to OpenOffice.org from Microsoft Office Tamar E. Granor, Sam Hiser Scott Carr. type it cana#39;t ... For example, if you use the File | New menu in Writer to create a new spreadsheet. Calc opensanbsp;...
|Author||:||Tamar E. Granor, Sam Hiser|
|Publisher||:||Hentzenwerke - 2003|