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Hi Marc,

Le 13/11/2012 11:17, Marc Paré a écrit :

We had discussed this quite a while ago on the Marketing Team and Ron
Faile JR had developed a series of reference cards that could be adapted
for this. In fact we did adapt some of these for different booth
purposes. When the end product is folded it is formed into a triangular
prism that can sit on a desk in front of the keyboard. Have a look here:

The reference cards may need checking as they were designed for
LibreOffice 3.3 and they still need to be adapted for A4 paper stock. I
still have one on my desk and the people I sent it to (educators who
tried it with students) said that it was well received by both groups.
It is really cool.

Unless I'm mistaken, the ref cards you're talking about are a different beast.

My suggestion is to have a configurable set of Writer shortcuts so that a Word power user finds his/her usual way of use without the need to learn yet another shortcut set.

(BTW, ISTR that I had a proposal for a A4 3-fold refcard.)

Jean-Francois Nifenecker, Bordeaux

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