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SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED 10) GNOME User Guide
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SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 GNOME User Guide

Congratulations on choosing the SUSE® Linux* Enterprise Desktop (SLED). This manual is designed to introduce you to the GNOME graphical desktop environment and show you how to configure it to meet your personal needs and preferences. It also introduces you to several programs and services, including office programs such as, Web browsers, file managers, scanning tools, and image editing tools. It is intended for users who have some experience using a graphical desktop environment such as Macintosh*, Windows*, or other Linux desktops.

This guide contains the following sections:


This guide is intended for SLED users using the GNOME desktop.


We want to hear your comments and suggestions about this manual and the other documentation included with this product. Please use the User Comments feature at the bottom of each page of the online documentation, or go to and enter your comments there.

Documentation Updates

For the latest version of this documentation, see the SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop documentation Web site.

Additional Documentation

The SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop GNOME User Guide and documentation for each of the components included with SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop can be accessed using the Help Center. To access the Novell Help Center, click Help on the top panel of the desktop and then click User's Manual.

For documentation about the SLED KDE Desktop, see SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop KDE User Guide.

For information about installing and administering SLED, see the SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop Deployment Guide.

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