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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 4


The spreadsheet

If you encountered Excel upon the days, the screenshot below will look familiar to you. Open Office spreadsheet is very much like the Excel application, both in looks and functionality. This might help you get the basic functions and commands faster. In this article I will present the Open Office spreadsheet application.

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


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Your 2 basic toolbars. Hover your mouse pointer over the button to get exstensive information about each and every button. I figure if you have some experience with spreadsheets most of these buttons will be familiar to you.

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This drop down meny let you chose last opened files quick and easy, a very nifty function by Open Office.

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Your standard font editors, not much to say, click on the pointers in each drop down window to see what options you got.

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Shown above you see the Open Office spreadsheet formula line.

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This is the left hand menu in the spreadsheet, another nice function made by Open Office. To get more info on the buttons just hover you mouse pointer above the button you want to know more about.

This is the forth 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.