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OpenOffice Writer User Guide
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Menus are located across the top of the Writer window. The main menu selections are File, Edit, View, Insert, Format, Table, Tools, Window, and Help. When you click one of the main menu names, a list of related options is displayed.

  • File contains commands that apply to the entire document such as Open, Save, and Export as PDF.

  • Edit contains commands for editing the document such as Undo and Find & Replace.

  • View contains commands for controlling the display of the document such as Zoom and Web Layout.

  • Insert contains commands for inserting elements into your document such as headers, footers, and pictures.

  • Format contains commands for formatting the layout of your document, such as Styles and Formatting, Paragraph, and Bullets and Numbering.

  • Table shows all commands to insert and edit a table in a text document.

  • Tools contains functions such as Spellcheck, Customize, and Options.

  • Window contains commands for the display window.

  • Help contains links to the Help file, What’s This?, and information about the program. See “Getting help†on page 21.

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