Jean has put the finished "Getting Started Guide" for the 3.4.x branch on the wiki-page
The Pdf version is probably the best one to check for errors. Please let us know of anything before she puts it up on the official LibreOffice website.
Obviously the Docs Team does screenshots using a non-default theme but one that is high-contrast (for accessibility and for clearer printing) and looks the same on the various different platforms.
Good luck and regards from
On Fri, 30/3/12, Jean Weber<hidden> wrote:
From: Jean Weber<hidden>
Subject: [libreoffice-documentation] Re: Getting Started 3.4 full book published
Date: Friday, 30 March, 2012, 11:59
On Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 20:19, Jean Weber<hidden> wrote:
I've put the full compiled Getting Started with LibreOffice 3.4 book
on the wiki (ODT and PDF) and the ODFAuthors website (ODT only at this
point). Soon to go on Alfresco along with any chapters that aren't
Please go forth and find mistakes! Especially missing or incorrect
cross-references, missing pictures, and other weirdness.
I recommend using the PDF from the wiki,
I'll work on the printed version soon, and also write a post for the
Docs Team's blog. Please feel free to pass the word along to Marketing
and others, if I don't get to it. Time for a break!
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