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Tom and Dan,
Thank you for your kind replies. I was almost expecting a lynch mob 
outside my front door this morning!

To Dan:
Thanks for the fine links. They look very good. I have now read them 
(Base part) and shall later begin to work them in practice.
If I only had had this fine basic info not only in January but fifteen 
years ago!
Some questions:
1 >>    These drafts are written for OpenO (v3.2-3.3) in 2010 -- are 
they still drafts or are they final?
2 >>    do they apply also to LibreO -- if yes, from what version on  
3 >>    I may have some ideas to propose -- to whom is it best to 
address them; can I get a separate mail address or shall I handle them 
on this mailing list?
Best regards
Pertti Rönnberg

     These are all drafts and apply to LO 3.4.6. I haven't checked
against 3.5.x just yet because it is not stable enough yet.
     Base has not changed very much since it was first introduced in OOo
2.0.0, so the principles contained in them apply even today.I am doing a
rewrite for LO 3.4.6 for the first 4 chapters: Introducing Base,
Planning/Designing Your Database, Data Input and Removal, and Data
     While still a draft, the first 2 chapters for LO are on the
Document Foundation website: (These are a newer than the OOo draft
chapters in the link I mentioned earlier)
     Proposals are welcome! You can send them directly to me using the
same email address at the top of this message.


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