Tue, 2012-02-28 at 02:44 -0800, gerbreown wrote:
See my previous post on how I solved the problem.
You suggested that I view Chpt 8 in the Getting Started Guide. Have done
Question: Why is there NOT a separate guide for Base like there is for the
others, ie Writer,Calc,etc?
Question2: What are the parts of LO, ie Writer,Base,Calc called?
Applications, modules or what?
1) Very few people in the world are willing to take the time to
write the Base Guide. There are many more people who have worked on the
other user guides.
2) I'm not sure that there is a consensus for the answer to this
question. When speaking of the parts of LO software, modules have been
used. But when speaking of the the functions of the software, components
have been use. For example, Writer is the word processing component.
Perhaps someone else knows the answer to this one.
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