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Re: [K12OSN] Open Office on Windows



On Fri, 1 Oct 2004, Jim Hays wrote:

> This is probably the wrong forum to ask this question, but here goes
> anyway......
>
> Is anyone using Open Office as a primary office suite on Windows at the
> high school level?  (We are considering a switch from MS Office to OOo -
> or even Star Office.)  If so, do you teach it in your computer classes?
> What textbook, if any, do you use?

a little pricy but the "OpenOffice.org Resource Kit" is far and away the
best book I've found (prentice Hall, Haugland and Jones)

Bob


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