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openSUSE 11.1 KDE Quick Start Guide
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Starting OpenOffice.org

The office suite OpenOffice.org offers a complete set of office tools, including word processor, spreadsheet, presentation, vector drawing, and database components. Because OpenOffice.org is available for a number of operating systems, you can use the same data across different computing platforms.

To start OpenOffice.org in the word processor view, press Alt+F2 and enter oowriter. Alternatively, start OpenOffice.org Writer from the main menu. To create a new document, select File > New and choose the type of document to create. To open an existing document, select Open and choose the appropriate file from the file system.

openSUSE 11.1 KDE Quick Start Guide
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