There are templates containing calendars available here.
This might help.
On 04/13/2013 10:15 AM, Adriam Delgado Rivero wrote:
My thesis aims to create a tool to create calendars for LibreOffice Writer using templates , for
now on importing calendars. I think this tool will be very well received by the community.
Greetings ... Any questions or suggestions please write .
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De: "Ken Springer" <email@example.com>
Enviados: Sábado, 13 de Abril 2013 6:19:50
Asunto: [libreoffice-users] Re: Calendar software
My friend uses Windows. :-) So Evolution is out.
On 4/13/13 6:49 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
"Evolution" is supposedly very much like "Outlook". Evolution has Calendar and email as it's 2 main
Unfortunately most distros ship with such ancient versions of it that it's difficult to get help if
you ever need it. Hopefully you can get the most recent version upstream somewhere like you would
get LibreOffice from the LibreOffice website sometimes.
From: Steve Edmonds <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Ken Springer <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, 12 April 2013, 21:11
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: Calendar software
I rarely need to, but sometimes it would be quicker editing table properties or pasting html from
On 2013-04-13 07:49, Ken Springer wrote:
There are two add-on for TB that let you edit HTML in the compose window. Stationery, and Edit
HTML. I used to have them installed, but don't anymore. I came to the conclusion the average user
shouldn't need to do this.
On 4/12/13 1:36 PM, Steve Edmonds wrote:
I too use Thunderbird and Lightning, Lightning syncs with my gmail
calendar which syncs with my phone. So very useful and handles multiple
calendars (mine, works, the families).
On my Mac I use Thunderbird and the standard Mac calendar program synced
with my gmail calendars.
And yes, I would like improved html editing in Thunderbird, I don't find
it mangles anything but it would be be nice to be able to "edit source
html" so to speak when you want an easy tweak that ends up not so easy.
On 2013-04-13 07:24, Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:
Mozilla use to have a project called Sunbird, which was the stand
alone version of Lightning, but it was dripped. I may have a copy of
Still if you have Thunderbird, there is no reason why could could not
download the Lightning add-on. I have it on my desktop.
There are free stand alone appointment calendars for the Windows
environment, so there should be versions out there for your Mac OS X.
I use Windows 7 and Ubuntu 12.04, with the latest versions of Firefox
and Thunderbird, plus LO 18.104.22.168.
On 04/12/2013 02:47 PM, Kieran Peckett wrote:
I don't believe so, but there is a free & open-source alternative to MS
Outlook called Thunderbird. It is an e-mail client made by the same
who make the Firefox web browser and there is an addon available called
Lightning which adds on calendar & task support, giving you a full email
and cal / tasks support like you'd get in Outlook. I assume this is the
sort of thing you want, if not, don't hesitate to reply-all.
On Friday, 12 April 2013, Ken Springer wrote:
I'm asking this for a friend...
Is there any calendar software that will interface with LO or Open
much like MS Outlook works with MS Office?
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