As a user, I shall attempt to respond,
From: dallen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, Jun 24, 2015 at 11:58 AM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] LibreOffice's documentation (pdf and online)
I'm an experienced Technical Writer beginning work on
LibreOffice's documentation, but I have some questions for LibreOffice
1) Does anyone EVER look at the pdf documentation? If not, why not?
[I've been ignoring PDFs as much as possible;
I dislike the way these make it next to impossible to add
responses, save in some usable form, ... ... ... ]
2) Does anyone EVER click the F1 key for help? If not, why not?
[yes, but nary receive a response which answers my question(s)]
3) Do you see any overall issues concerning the documentation?
if LO, then I think they could now eliminate their PP since
videos are much nicer; easier to use & share]
4) If the presentation of the documentation were to change to make
it more useful, what would it look like?
[probably something very complicated; every time, I've heard 'user
friendly' things become more complicated & frustrating.]
Thanks for anyone's help.
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