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OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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Saving a document automatically

You can choose to have OpenOffice.org save files for you automatically. Automatic saving, like manual saving, overwrites the last saved state of the file. To set up automatic file saving:

  1. Choose Tools > Options > Load/Save > General.
  2. Mark Save AutoRecovery information every, and set the time interval.

Renaming and deleting files

You can rename or delete files within the OOo dialogs, just as you can in your usual file manager. However, you cannot copy or paste files within the dialogs.



OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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