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If you're installing a more recent version of Openoffice, you might want to have a look at our articles covering Openoffice 2.0.

An introduction to Open Office, part 3


The text editor (Writer)

If you have used Word, you will soon enough get familiar with the writer. You will probably recognize the basic buttons and functions, and you might discover some new and unique functions with the Open Office text editor. In this article I will go trough the user interface and what you might find. :)

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In the highlighted area you see the drop down menu's you will find in any text editor.


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Not much to say about the highlighted area, lets you open a document.

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In the highlighted area you probably see 2 familiar toolbars, this is your basic functions, which you can find in any text editor,
and you might see something new, like the Navigator. Edit font, placement of text, printing and such. To read more about each button just hold your mouse pointer over the designated button and you will get a window elaborating on the button in question.

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Not much to say, let you select a default or saved font for the document.

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The left side toolbar, lots of nifty functions. You might want to check out the top button and the bottom button on this bar. :) And again, hover your mouse pointer over the designated button to get a window which explains more about the selected button. I guarantee you will find some nice function in this toolbar. :)

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Here it is, the Open Office Writer, a very nice application, enjoy. :)

This is the third in a series of articles about Open Office, if you have Open Office related topics you'd like to see covered here, let us know. Comments on this article, thumbs up or flames, can be sent to articles@nidelven-it.no .

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If you're installing a more recent version of Openoffice, you might want to have a look at our articles covering Openoffice 2.0.