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I have been using LO since 3.3.0 and do not know a tenth of what others know after using it for 6 months or less.

I just use what I need to use and do not have time to experiment with much else. One day, I will have to sit down with a tablet and read all of the guides. Right now, my only "real reading" is for pure pleasure and to reduce stress so I can reduce the chance for a 4th stroke. Well, I just got new glasses, so I may think about scheduling time after the holidays to start some "serious reading" of guides and manuals.

On 11/19/2012 08:00 PM, rost52 wrote:
I would participate as a tester. I can't do more than test and feedback because I am using LibO since a bit less than 6 month.

On 2012-11-20 05:53, webmaster-Kracked_P_P wrote:
On 11/19/2012 03:06 PM, M Henri Day wrote:
2012/11/19 charles meyer <>

Works for me.

How shall we all get started with this?


Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Word 2003 to Libre Writer - Comparison
From: webmaster-Kracked_P_P <>
Date: Sat, 17 Nov 2012 18:54:22 -0500


I think that maybe we need to skip a comparison chart and just work on
a 4 page "cheat sheet" guidethat new users could use to start learning
how to use LO instead of MSO.  Something that would give them all the
needed points to get started with LO. Make one for Writer, one for
Calc, one for Impress, etc., etc..

Sounds like an excellent idea to me !...


Maybe, after this coming holiday, I will look into ordering one of the Word or MSO laminated "quick study guides" from BarChart, Inc. They did a great job with the Medical and Mathematics guides I bought back in 2000-2002. I bought the Windows 98 guides for my wife, and they were good for her. So It would be interesting to see what the "professional" guide making company does for Word or MSO.

I would love to find a Word study guide sheet - download for free - but I have not seen any. I have not really looked for any either, much.

To be honest, if we have some guides to look at, then we may have some ideas on what might be useful to have in a quick study guide or quick reference guide.

Well, after the current holiday, I will look more into this topic. Maybe I will be able to start something in December.

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