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Hi :)

I think this is another one that is good either way.  I think  leave them as 
they are?  Box is more obvious to some people that have never used a computer or 
are new to it all.  Field is used quite often too tho. So, i think just use 
whichever feels more comfortable or leave as is?

Regards from
Tom :)




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From: Barbara Duprey <Barb@onr.com>
To: Documentation (LibO) <documentation@libreoffice.org>
Sent: Fri, 21 January, 2011 22:23:47
Subject: [libreoffice-documentation] Box/Field

I don't think this one can really be determined easily by grep, but I've found 
some things that indicate user entry in the xxx box, and others that use xxx 
field. I think the second is preferable, right?

By the way, I've now done Chapters 9 - 12 of the Writer Guide, and I'm working 
on Chapter 13. Is the plan to wait until they're all done before the 
proofreading begins? And is anything happening about setting up the Calc Guide? 
And with three structures going (the wiki, Alfresco, and ODFauthors), we'll need 
to be careful about where the "real" work is being done!

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