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       First, welcome to LO - you should find this much nicer in many ways
than MsFt.

       Now, to attempt to answer your questions:
           LO is fairly easy to understand ... when you open it,
         say you wish to to read or compose a textual document - choose
text document.
       To compose, or edit, a document then check each of the tabs to set
the document the way you would like it to be -
           if a portion later should be in another format, you can change
it at that time.
       Or you can just begin typing, clicking on the tabs as you go along.

       If you wish to make a spreadsheat, choose that option then check the
tabs - or not - and begin filling in the blanks.

       As for the presentation option - I've quit using ppt for videos ...
these are more reliable & transferable between macines  ;-)
           ditto with the drawing option.

       Hoping this helps,

From: Paul Auger <>
Date: Mon, Sep 15, 2014 at 8:43 AM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] My organization is new to Libre. Looking for
cheat sheets

Hi all.

We are brand new to Libre. We are used to MS office. Is there a "cheat
sheet" that says "If you do this in office these here the steps you need to
take to do the same thing in Libre?" Also we have noticed that when we
import documents especially those with tables the formatting  is altered.
any advice?

Paul J. Auger, MA, Instructional Coach
Desk Phone 781-830-8802
Cell Phone 508-340-5450
Three questions every teacher should ask themselves:
1. Did I teach them what was really helpful and true?
2. Will they remember any of it?
3. Will they be able to use anything I was able to give?
-- Fred Rogers

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