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On 02/10/2011 05:15 AM, Marc Paré wrote:
Hi Tim:

Not sure if you know this but you can find some documentation here:

I have seen this and add the PDF files to my documentation folder. I added OOo's Writer guide [02's], Calc guide [03's]. Draw guide [04's], Impress guide [05's], and Math [08's].

Since LibreOffice has only the 01's for the "Getting Started" guide list on the above site, and OOo's documentation is similar enough to use as a guide, I thought that it would be OK. I also have a readme file stating that LibreOffice's document writers have just started with writing the LibreOffice specific documentation and these people makeup many of the writers of the OOo documentation. I also state that the OOo guides are OK to use until LibreOffice's document writers finish those other documentation "books" or guides for each part of LibreOffice.

You may want to look around the wiki on the documentation section. There may be other files you may want to point to. The "Getting Started With LibreOffice 3.3" is completely finished and can also be purchased from

I did not include that guide since I did not purchase a copy. I downloaded the free guides instead.

Re: . I usually install this package: All of the cliparts are inserted into the right locations and appear in the Gallery correctly. Works well on my Mandriva 2010.2


I did not list that info since I use Ubuntu's .deb install. I know that there are clipart galleries that are a part of the installs, or as an add on. I have added one listed as "OOOP Gallery Pack" to my extension folder of the extensions I usually install when I install it for my systems and others.

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