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OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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The main components of the Draw workspace are shown below.

Initial Draw window

You can surround the drawing area with toolbars and information areas. The number and position of the visible tools vary with the task at hand or user preferences. Therefore, your setup may appear a little different. For example, many people put the main Drawing toolbar on the left-hand side of the workspace, not at the bottom as shown here.

You can split drawings in Draw over several pages. Multipage drawings are used mainly for presentations. The Pages pane, on the left side of the Draw window, gives an overview of the pages that you create. If the Pages pane is not visible on your setup,you can enable it from the View menu (View > Page Pane).


OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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