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OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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Use the Internet Options pages to define search engines and save proxy settings for use with

If you are using a Netscape or Mozilla browser (such as Firefox), you can enable the Mozilla Plug-in so you can open OOo files in your browser, print them, save them, and work with them in other ways.

If you are using a Unix- or Linux-based operating system (including Mac OS X), an additional page of E-mail options is available, where you can specify the e-mail program to use when you send the current document as e-mail. Under Windows the operating system’s default e-mail program is always used.

Internet options, showing E-mail page available to Linux users.

OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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