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On 03/23/2011 04:36 PM, Biz wrote:
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Good Luck !


There has been no real movement over the last few years to get OOo Base documentation, as far as I am concerned. I had the same issues when I looked to find any documents for Base. I did see some odds-n-ends that were for 1.x/2.x version of OOo, but nothing newer than that.

With Oracle in charge of OOo for almost a year, I do not think they would want competition to their own data base "for-pay" product line. So no help there. It is up to a group of document authors who worked on the OOo documents to come up with LibreOffice versions. For my opinion, there are not too many people there that work with Base. Also, opinion again, the little I know about Base leads me to believe that the "language" you create the data base controls, forms, and reports is the largest part of the data base work. So if there are other sources for documentation for those "languages", then people would look to them and the issue would be to rewrite that type of documents for the OOo and now LibreOffice package. I could easily be wrong, but I remember some comments about that somewhere else.

Right now, the document people are doing their best to modify the current set from OOo to LibreOffice, or just rewrite new ones.

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