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     OK. Now I'm confused. The document development page says that after
I have written the document I should place it in the Draft folder. Then
it says I should submit it for review. Is this done by clicking More and
then clicking Submit for review in the dropdown list? This seems to move
it to the Proof folder. The wording says someone will check out the
draft copy, make changes with tracking on, and then place it in the
Review folder.
     Anyway, BG3401-IntroducingBase.odt is now located in the Proof
folder because I clicked "Submit for review". I managed to copy it back
to the Drafts folder. (I apparently do not have the right permission to
move anything out of the Proof folder.)
    What I have done to create this document: I opened a new document
using as the template, erased everything
from Introduction to the the end, copied everything from Introduction to
the end of the OOo version of Chapter 1 into the new document. So far,
so good. Then I changed all of the links that needed to be changed. I
searched for and OOo in the document replacing most of
them with LibreOffice. There were two places where I had to modify the
    So, it would be nice if someone would have the time to study this
chapter to see if any changes need to be made.


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