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Myself is Sham Yemul, I am one of the Speakers invited for a District Level Seminar/Workshop going to be conducted at Purva Vibhag Sarvajanik Vachanalay, Solapur.Sunday 08 May 2011, 10 am to 4 pm

  - my topic is Complete Utilization of Computers in Library.

other speakers are Dr. Rajendra Kumbhar, Asst. Professor, Librarian, Pune University - Libraries in 21st Century
 Mr. Mohan Kamble, Role of Librarians in 21st Century
Mr. Kundlik More, Getting various subsidies from social & government organizations of various states of India.

We(Intellisoft) are going to distribute a freeware software of Library management developed in Microsoft Excel thr' a CD on the same day. The software has Local Language Marathi , uses Unicode Fonts for data input & usage.

My Presentation talks about various Open Source, Freeware, Commercial Office Suites.

LibreOffice is the free power-packed Open Source personal productivity suite for Window, with this email, I want to include the LibreOffice software in the same CD. The CD is distributed Free of Cost to about 200 participants of the program.

Do I need to take permission of LibreOffice Foundation ? I was trying to get any email contact for the same.

Waiting for positive response
Sham Yemul, www.Intellisoft.Co.In


PS : my yahoo id is not working these days, please use instead. 
Sept 2010

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