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       I've tried a couple of times - whenever I've wanted to figure out
what add-on was included vs. what wasn't ...
          it was like reading in circles ... such 'n such is for such 'n
such but not needed if ... ... ...

On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 2:42 PM, Tom Davies <> wrote:

Hi :)
Has anyone read the Published Guides for LibreOffice?  or used them to
look up the odd thing or few?  They are kinda ok aren't they?
Regards from
Tom :)

From: Doug <>
Sent: Monday, 10 June 2013, 20:21
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] CNET is claiming the best free MSO
alternative is not LO

On 06/10/2013 02:14 PM, les wrote:

 I go to the dealer's parts counter and order the factory shop
manual for correct maintenance and understanding of what is "under the
hood".  When I did so for the Prius, the parts counter guy recommended
not, saying the shop manual is intricately tied to the shop diagnostic
computer system ($$$$$) and by itself, is not very helpful.  So, i
$100+ for the first time in my shadetree-mechanic career and, also for
the first time in my decades of car-ownership, take it to the dealer
Girvin Herr
Also most mechanics are used to pure gasoline or diesel engines.  I
think many of them inherently distrust the electronics, so it has been a
real uphill battle for them to port some of their existing knowledge to
these new systems.

I don't know, but I would be willing to bet large sums that the manual
that goes with the computer diagnostics is far easier to read and
understand than anything written for diagnostics or setup of an
actual computer! (Still waiting for a networking treatise written in
humanly understood terms! Just for the home user, not for someone
setting up an IBM facility!)


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