I went into the Repository, found this document, and locked it.
However, on the Document Foundation Wiki, I do not know how to add my name to the chart.
From: Jean Weber <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, November 4, 2011 6:03 AM
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-documentation] I found something I would like to work on
On Fri, Nov 4, 2011 at 20:53, davidmichel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Based on what I saw on the Document Foundation Wiki, it looks like this is
available, and I will try this as my first project:
Chapter 5 (Calc)
Redesigned Move/Copy Sheet dialog (Edit->Sheet->Move/Copy) - put in section
on "working with sheets".
Add a few words on sheet tab colors (get words from Calc Guide).
Add a few words on total and subtotals?
Mention Pivot Tables (formerly DataPilot) and refer reader to Calc Guide.
Add a few words on functions and formulas, refer reader to Calc Guide.
Should I use Track Changes (or its LO equivalent) while making these
If this is OK, I will go ahead with this task.
David, yes, go for it! And yes, please use Track Changes. Also, please
see (on the wiki) the general instructions for other things to do or
check or change in all chapters of the Getting Started guide.
To "check out" (lock) the file in Alfresco, choose "More > Edit
Offline" to the right of the filename.
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