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On 11/28/2010 1:09 PM, Sebastian G. <bastik> wrote:
I'd like to know which components are most used and maybe why others are not. If you used OpenOffice before you can include your usage data as well.

Do you use the quick starter?

This is more or less private. There's no goal (other than to satisfy my curiosity) of this survey, but someone might use it for it's own purposes. e.g. discussing about changing installer defaults, creating a light installer... and so on.

I start (OpenOffice usage included):

Writer = 90%
Calc = 09%
Impress = 01%
Draw = 00%
Base = 00%
Math = 00%

I don't use the quick starter.

Writer: to write private letters
Calc: to create some listings and calculations
Impress: to watch presentations from others (Just created one on my own for fun) Draw: I just don't draw anything. If I did in the past there was paint (gulp). Inkscape works pretty good for me and it's a multi-platform tool. (Just for used for testing purpose)
Base: I don't create any databases.
Math: I don't needed that in the past.


28 Nov 2010, 19:09 (+0100)

I use Writer and Calc all day long at work and for personal use. Probably split pretty evenly between the two.

Impress may get used a little bit now and then, usually viewing presentations made by others using MSO. I generally avoid creating presentations myself, though I am currently working on one, so learning my way around Impress (if that gives you a clue as to how little it is used).

Draw - nope, do all my work in GIMP

Base - no, not enough time to figure out databases myself

Math - no, no need

I disable the QuickStarter after installation.

Jeff Causey

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