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OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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Memory options

In the Options dialog, click > Memory. On the – Memory dialog:

  • More memory can make faster and more convenient (for example, more undo steps require more memory); but the trade-off is less memory available for other applications and you could run out of memory altogether.
  • To load the Quickstarter (an icon on the desktop or in the system tray) when you start your computer, select the option near the bottom of the dialog. This makes start faster; the trade-off is OOo uses some memory even when not being used. This option (called Enable systray quick­starter) is disabled in some Linux installations.
Choosing Memory options for the applications.

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