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openSUSE 11.1 GNOME User Guide
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1.14 Opening or Creating Documents with OpenOffice.org

For creating and editing documents, OpenOffice.org is installed with the GNOME desktop. OpenOffice.org is a complete set of office tools that can both read and save Microsoft Office file formats. OpenOffice.org has a word processor, a spreadsheet, a database, a drawing tool, and a presentation program.

To get started, click Computer > OpenOffice.org Writer or select an OpenOffice.org module by clicking Computer > More Applications > Office, then select the module you want to open.

A number of sample documents and templates are included with OpenOffice.org. You can access the templates by clicking File > New > Templates and Documents. In addition, you can use wizards, which guide you through the creation of letters and other typical documents.

For more information, see Section 1.0, The OpenOffice.org Office Suite, (↑ Application Guide ) or view the help in any OpenOffice.org program.

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