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Hi :)

I don't mind getting things in non-ODT formats.  I use OpenOffice or LibreOffice 
so i can read almost any format and really don't even notice which formats 
things are in unless i need to communicate with outsiders.

Since i am on linux i doubt any infections in ".doc" or ".docX" could do any 
harm on my system so again, no worries :)

Wow, i feel so smug about being in good company here & yes i am running an 
anti-virus check jic lol
Regards from
Tom :)

From: Rogerio Luz Coelho <>
Sent: Sat, 8 January, 2011 19:25:06
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-documentation] Install Guide Feedback

2011/1/8 Andy Brown <>

On Sat Jan 08 2011 08:34:20 GMT-0800 (PST)  Rogerio Luz Coelho wrote:

People please tell me what you think of the Install guide for Linux in the
wiki ...

If you need it to be converted to ODT you need to get me a heads up,
otherwise I won´t bother.


Do you have a link?


Sorry for that. Here´s it is:

PLEASE, PRETTY PLEASE WITH A CHERRY ON TOP ...  (that´s brazilian sarcasm
for you gringos) ... proof read the hole document, I did not touch the part
that comes after the De-isntallation Instructions, so that is still up to
David (I really think it sould be supressed from Install procedures, maybe a
link somewhere to a "Problems / Considerations" page)

And of course I´ll bug my friends to hell that it´s my baby so if there will
be some credits passed aroud send please some my way (greedy smile :))))

Congrats to everybody this team. This was WAY MORE easy to contribute than I
had ever dreamed of, this is the way you get people to support your project


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