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SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED 10) GNOME User Guide
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1.5 Opening or Creating Documents with OpenOffice.org

For creating and editing documents, SLED includes OpenOffice.org, 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 data base, 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 AutoPilot, a feature which guides you through the creation of letters and other typical documents.

For a more in-depth introduction to OpenOffice.org, see Section 3.0, The OpenOffice.org Office Suite or view the help in any OpenOffice.org program.

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