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I just bought 3 sheets for BarCharts, Inc. [$22 USD]
Excel 2010
Word 2010
Word Tips & Tricks

Will see what they have decided was needed for their laminated quick study sheets.

Well, is seems that they charged NYS sales tax on their "Freight Out" i.e. shipping charge. Weird.

So in a few weeks I will have them and will see what they are all about. I MAY make low-res scans of them and send them to a few people to help me organize what LO has and can do. Low-res will do no good for printing and using, so it should be OK. I just want a few of us to have an idea on how these guides are setup and what can be included.

On 11/25/2012 06:09 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
Just found this link again too.  Any good for inspiration for the wiki?
Regards from
Tom :)

From: webmaster-Kracked_P_P <>
Sent: Wednesday, 14 November 2012, 15:56
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Word 2003 to Libre Writer - Comparison Chart

I think LO is easier to use than MSO2003.  That was before the "Ribbon"
UI was created.  What I hated about MSO-2003-Word, was how long it took
to be to the point where I could do anything. Then there were all these
side-bar options that I could not get to stop showing up and slowing
down my use of Word.  LO, even at its slowest opening versions was
faster to get to the point of typing/editing my document.

Yes, the UI is different than MSO and we need to see about some
graphic/chart showing new users where the options are in the menu-bar.
I know some packages show that type of thing in a printed sheet for new
users.  I had one for MSO.

A company called BarCharts, Inc. does a very good job creating quick
study guides.  I have some of their Math and Science laminated "QUICK
STUDY Academic" sheets.  I find that they were great for helping me with
the formulas needs when I was substituting as a Math teacher.  I have
not bought any since the late 90's, but the company seems to have 5 or
10 times the number of titles since I bought the sheets from them.

Word 2010 sheet -

This company has MSO guides, but no LibreOffice ones.  It would be
interesting if we could get such a quick reference guide sheet created
for LibreOffice.  The basics should not change over the various
versions.  The basic UI and menu option placements should not change
[much] between lines either.

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