Hi, I am a long term user of ApacheOpenOffice but want to use both AOO (I
presume that's the abbrv.) and I have customized things from colors to
toolbars in AOO, and over the years my acor_en-US.dat has also grown a lot.
Therefore I would like to know,
#1. Can I copy the whole user folder from AOO to LO, or at least the
wordbook and config folders? If not how about acor_en-US.dat, and the files
for the toolbars and the colors (the Options>OpenOffice.org>Colors)? But
which files are for the toolbars and the colors?
2. Can I go into Paths and change the defaults for AutoCor and AutoText so
that both AOO and LO share the same ones? I do use both Word Pros
concurrently, but would not be writing to these files at the same time.
3. What purpose does adding another path (in Options) for AutoCor and
AutoText actually serve?
I have asked about sharing the AutoCor and AutoText files on OOo forum a
while back, but no one really gave an answer, and I do not want to corrupt
them. I have merged them in the past however.
Thanks for any help and may God bless.
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